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Trinidad, Valle de los Ingenios, Cuba

San Isidro de Los Destiladeros

Sugar mills were an industrial force in the Trapiche region of Cuba beginning in the late-eighteenth century.
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Babang Village, Sichuan Province, China

Palpung Monastery

Remote Palpung Monastery, accessed by a single road, remains a thriving Buddhist university.
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Shanghai, China

Modern Shanghai

Shanghai has long been one of China's most important international trading hubs.
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Reshui, Dulan County, Qinghai Province, China

Dulan County Tibetan Royal Tomb Group

In this region, once part of the Tibetan empire, there are many Buddhist and shamanistic sacred sites, but the tomb in Reshui Township is one of the only royal Tibetan tombs that has been excavated.
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Porangatu, Brazil

Porangatu Historic District

Founded in the eighteenth century, the historic center of Porangatu is a prime example of both a way of life and an historic form of urban development.
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Kabul, Afghanistan

Murad Khane

The Murad Khane district in the heart of the Afghan capital consists of several historic buildings on the north bank of the Kabul River.
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St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg Historic Skyline

Much loved by architectural historians and its inhabitants alike, St. Petersburg is often called the "Venice of the North," with its numerous canals and more than 400 bridges.
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Wyoming, United States

South Pass Cultural Landscape

South Pass is synonymous with the opening up of the American West. Hundreds of thousands of pioneers traveling by wagon along the Oregon Trail passed through this region.
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Belomorsky and Pudozhsky Districts, Republic of Karelia, Russia

Karelian Petroglyphs

The petroglyphs of the Karelian Republic include elaborate scenes of warfare, religious ritual, seafaring, and even skiing, carved into the red granite of the White Sea coast.
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Vila Nova de Foz Côa, Guarda District, Portugal

Côa Valley Petroglyphs

An archaeological survey in preparation for construction of a dam on the Côa River revealed a surprising discovery - Paleolithic rock art outcroppings along 17 kilometers on both sides of the valley.
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Trondheim, Norway

Wooden Architecture of Trondheim

Few of Norway's original wooden towns exist. Fires, urban renewal, indifferent owners have reduced many to dereliction.

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