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Venice, Italy

Basilica of San Pietro Di Castello

From the ninth century until 1807 the Church of San Pietro di Castello functioned as the spiritual and administrative religious center of the city.
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Fenestrelle, Turin, Italy

Fenestrelle Fortress

Fenestrelle Fortress was intended to serve as an impenetrable barrier for Italy in the eighteenth century.
Mantua, Italy

Norsa Synagogue

The first documents indicating a Jewish presence in Mantua, Italy, date from 1145. The Jewish community grew substantially during the 1400s, when Roman and German Jews migrated to northern Italy.
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Toledo, Spain

San Clemente Monastery

The Royal Monastery of San Clemente was first built in 1131 by King Alfonso VII.
Versailles, France

Queen’s Theater

The Queen’s Theater at Versailles is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful historic theaters in Europe.
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Bontida, Romania

Bánffy Castle

For over six centuries, Bánffy Castle was occupied by members of the same aristocratic family.
Venice, Italy

Scuola Grande Di San Rocco

Founded in 1478, the Scuola Grande di San Rocco became the richest of the Venetian scuole, religious confraternities that functioned as charitable organizations, mutual aid societies, and social clubs.
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Suakin Island, Sudan


Suakin Island, located in north-eastern Sudan, was a crucial Red Sea port from Egyptian times until the early twentieth century.
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Zhovkva, Ukraine

Zhovkva Synagogue

Zhovkva Synagogue was built in the 1690s for a rapidly growing Jewish community.
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Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory

Church of the Holy Nativity

The Church of the Nativity is one of the most sacred Christian sites in the world, and its ongoing restoration will enable visitors from around the world to fully appreciate its significance for centuries to come.