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Macusani, Peru
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Macusani and Corani, Peru

Macusani-Corani Rock Art

Between the years 2000 and 2007, more than 100 sites containing ancient pictographs painted on volcanic rock were discovered in the Macusani and Corani districts of Puno, Peru.
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Split, Croatia

Split Historic Center

Diocletian's splendid palace at Split stood alone until the 7th century, when refugees fleeing the destruction of nearby Salona, the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia, transformed it into a town.
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Mosul, Iraq

Al-Hadba’ Minaret

Once a landmark of Mosul, the al-Hadba' Minaret was ignominiously destroyed, leaving the future of the site uncertain.
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Versailles, France

Potager Du Roi

Stakeholders are poised to reimagine the stewardship of the historic kitchen garden of the Palace of Versailles, a place of instruction and experimentation.
Bumbusi rock markings, Zimbabwe
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Matabeleland, Zimbabwe

Bumbusi National Monument

The Bumbusi National Monument comprises the remains of colossal sandstone walls, boulders, platforms, and dwellings dating to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Ibn Danan Synagogue ark doors, 1998.
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Fez, Morocco

Rabbi Shlomo Ibn Danan Synagogue

Fez was also the location of two well known temples, Rabbi Shlomo Ibn Danan Synagogue, built and founded by the Ibn Danan family, and the nearby Mansano Synagogue.
Kariye, Istanbul, Turkey, 2003.
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Istanbul, Turkey

Kariye Museum

The Kariye Museum - originally Church of Christ in the Chora Monastery - houses a wealth of mosaics and frescos commissioned by the statesman and scholar Theodore Metochites (ca 1316-1321).
Tucume, Peru, 2002.
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Located in the Lambayeque Region in the District of Túcume, Peru

Túcume Archaeological Site

Túcume Archaeological Site is located on Peru’s arid north coast and stretches across 220 hectares.
Cleaning drainage gutters, Babylon, Iraq, 2012
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Cultural Heritage Sites of Iraq

Long known as "the cradle of civilization," Iraq is home to more than 10,000 cultural heritage sites, including Sumar, where evidence of the earliest writings in the world are preserved.