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Freetown, Sierra Leone

Old Fourah Bay College

Fourah Bay College in Freetown became a magnet for English-speaking Africans on the West Coast and remained the only European-style university in western Africa for more than a century.
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Freetown, Sierra Leone

Freetown Historic Monuments

The 15 historic monuments in and around Freetown, Sierra Leone, represent almost the entirety of the nation's preserved cultural assets.
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Palauli, Letolo Plantation, Samoa

Pulemelei Mound

Although its original purpose and the identity of its creators remain mysteries, the pyramid-like Pulemelei Mound is the largest ancient structure in Polynesia.
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Kuchino, Russia

Perm-36

Instituted in the early years following the Bolshevik Revolution, the gulag system of prison camps constitutes one of the darkest chapters of Soviet history.
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Kemi Province, Republic of Karelia, Russia

Paanajärvi Village

Located on the Russian-Finnish border, Paanajärvi is the last intact village in the district of Viena Karelia along the Kemi River.
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St. Petersburg, Russia

Mendeleev Tower

Russian chemist Dimitri Mendeleev is perhaps most celebrated for his development of the Mendeleev – or Periodic – Table, which categorized elements by their atomic weight.
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Kondopoga, Republic of Karelia, Russia

Assumption Church

Assumption Church is an elegant wooden structure with a distinctive nebo, or sky, a highly decorated painted ceiling made up of twenty panels surrounding the central tondo.
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Moscow, Russia

Arkhangelskoye State Museum

In the 18th century, Prince Nikolai Golitsyn commissioned French architects to craft an elaborate palace and grounds on the outskirts of Moscow.
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Ghelinta, Romania

Romano Catholic Church

The Romano Catholic Church of Saint Emeric was built in the thirteenth century by the first Christian settlers in present day Ghelinta.
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Rabaçal, Portugal

Roman Villa of Rabaçal

The 4th-century Roman villa of Rabaçal is perhaps the most important ruin at the site of ancient Conimbriga, one of the largest Roman sites, and the best preserved, in Portugal.
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Gdansk, Poland

Vistulamouth Fortress

The origins of Vistulamouth Fortress probably date to the early medieval period, when a lighthouse and watchtower guarding the mouth of the Vistula River occupied the site of the current structures.
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Lublin, Poland

Old Lublin Theater

The Old Lublin Theater was designed in the neo-classical style by its first owner, Polish architect Lukasz Rodakiewicz, to host local and traveling performances for the entertainment of local citizenry.

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