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Tišnov-Predklášterí, Czech Republic

Porta Coeli Monastery

Porta Coeli is a Cistercian monastery in Tišnov-Předklášteří, a small village near Brno in the Czech Republic.
Prague, Czech Republic

Troja Chateau

In 1679, Count Václav Vojtech of Šternberk commissioned a grand, rural mansion that now rests on the outskirts of Prague.
Nessebar, Bulgaria

Saint Stephen's Church

Positioned on a rocky peninsula jutting into the Black Sea, the ancient city of Nessebar was originally a Thracian settlement called Menebria.
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Nuestra Señora de la Merced Basilica

Construction of the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Merced in the center of Buenos Aires began in 1733 and was completed in 1779 by Andrés Bianchi.
Lisbon, Portugal

Church of Nossa Senhora da Encarnação

The Church of Nossa Senhora da Encarnação was commissioned through the support of D. Elvira Maria de Vilhena, Countess of Pontével (1627–1718), and was consecrated on September 6, 1708.
Lisbon, Portugal

Church of Menino de Deus

On July 4, 1711, King John V of Portugal presided over the ceremony to lay the first stone of the Church of Menino de Deus, which was consecrated in March 1737 and withstood the 1755 earthquake.
Évora, Portugal

Church of the Holy Spirit in Évora

The organ of the Church of the Holy Spirit in Évora, a masterpiece of design by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, benefits from the wonderful acoustics of the building.
Leiden, Netherlands


The late-Gothic Pieterskerk is the last of a long line of churches on this site in central Leiden.
Nagoya, Japan

Nagoya Castle

The Tokugawa Shogun family built Nagoya Castle, securing an important position on the Tokaido highway to ward off attackers and thus ensuring continued social and economic prosperity.
Rezekne, Latvia

Green Synagogue

The Jewish community of Rezekne was formed in the late eighteenth century, simultaneous to the design and construction of the city.
Spišské Podhradie, Slovakia

Spišské Podhradie Synagogue

Spišské Podhradie was once an important rabbinical center for the Orthodox Jewish community, with many institutions and communal buildings.