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Salerno, Italy

Grottoes of San Michele

Along a narrow valley in the Picentini Mountains, the flowing water of the Tusiano River gradually excavated a deep natural cavern on the western slopes of Monte Raione.
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Wadi Hadramaut, Yemen

Shibam

Shibam presents itself as a city of mud brick skyscrapers. The agglomeration of 1,600-year-old structures, some eight stories, was a familiar site for travelers on the frankincense caravan route.
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New York, United States

Seventh Regiment Armory

Officers of the Seventh Regiment Armory had access to facilities that included lavish reception spaces and public-area rooms designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Stanford White, and the Herter brothers.
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Bodie, California, United States

Bodie State Historic Park

Bodie is the largest and most complete unrestored ghost town remaining in the American West.
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Castlerock, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Mussenden Temple

The Downhill estate was constructed in the late eighteenth century for Frederick Hervey, the Bishop of Derry and Earl of Bristol.
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Tonbridge, Kent, England, United Kingdom

Hadlow Tower

From a distance, the 170-foot-tall Hadlow Tower appears as a slender skyscraper rising from the flat Kent landscape.
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Kas, Turkey

Patara Archaeological Site

Wide, protective sandy beaches and a deep Mediterranean bay helped make Patara the wealthy capital of the Lycian-Pamphylian province during the Roman Empire.
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Karima, Sudan

Gebel Barkal

Gebel Barkal is an isolated sandstone butte alongside the Nile that marks the site of the ancient city of Napata.
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Angono, Rizal, Philippines

Angono Petroglyphs

Discovered in 1965, the Angono Petroglyphs are believed to be the oldest known artworks in the Philippines.
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Chihuahua, Mexico

Carolina Hacienda

The last generation of wealthy landowners to emerge in Mexico to build elaborate haciendas within huge land tracts arose during the dictatorship of Diaz, president from1876 until 1911.

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