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Yauyos, Peru

Laraos Terraces

The andenería, or terraced landscape of Laraos, is believed to date to the pre-Inca period and is a defining feature of the steep slopes of the Peruvian Andes.
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Amazonas, Peru

Kuelap Fortress

Kuelap, one of the largest ancient monuments of the Americas, was a fortified citadel in northern Peru on the slopes of the Andes.
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Angasmarca, Peru

Angasmarca Temple

One of the unexpected cultural and artistic offspring of the Conquest, the "mestizo baroque" was the architectural expression of the commingling of European and Native American cultures.
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Shechem (or Ancient Nablus), Palestinian Territory

Tell Balatah

Located near the West Bank town of Nablus, Tell Balatah has long been associated with the ancient city of Shechem, mentioned throughout the Bible and in numerous Egyptian documents.
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Beit Wazan, Palestinian Territory

Al-Qasem Palace

The four-story Al-Qasem Palace was built in 1820 as the seat of the Al-Qasem family sheikdom, one of 24 such political entities that ruled the central highlands of Palestine.
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Kathmandu, Nepal

Teku Thapathali Monument Zone

For centuries, the Teku Thapathali Monument Zone, has played a critical role in the spiritual lives of both Hindus and Buddhists alike.
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Lo Manthang, Upper Mustang, Nepal

Gompas of Upper Mustang

As a result of their remoteness, the gompas (temple/monasteries) of the Upper Mustang have remained unchanged by modern life.
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Rissani, Morocco


Rising on the banks of the Oved Ziz River, Sijilmassa grew wealthy as a gold-trade-route city in the Middle Ages.
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Montrose County, Colorado, United States

Hanging Flume

Among the more remarkable remnants of America's nineteenth-century gold rush is the Hanging Flume, a 21-kilometer track built along the walls of Colorado's Dolores River Canyon.
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Sevastopol, Krym, Ukraine

Ancient Chersonesos

Chersonesos, on the Crimean Peninsula on the Black Sea, was founded by Greek settlers in the fifth century BC and was occupied during the Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine eras.
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near Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

Old Nisa

With its ancient tell surrounded by high defensive earthen ramparts, and its impressive palace complex, the ancient Parthian city of Old Nisa is one of Turkmenistan's most significant cultural sites.