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Char Narayan Temple before 2015 earthquake, 2008.
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Patan, Nepal

Char Narayan Temple

Nepal is one of the most earthquake-prone countries in the world, and its rich heritage would not have survived over the centuries were it not for painstaking reconstruction efforts.
Gelati Monastery and Academy, 2008.
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Kutaisi, Georgia

Gelati Monastery and Academy

The architectural complex of the Gelati Monastery and Academy in central Georgia is one of the country's most treasured religious and cultural landmarks.
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Havana, Cuba

Hablemos De La Habana Workshop

The 2017 Hablemos de La Habana workshop fostered an important space for citywide and inter-agency consideration of sustainable planning for Havana.
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Chantilly, France

Château de Chantilly

The Château de Chantilly sits at the confluence of the Oise and Seine Rivers in northern France and is a magnificent stone complex surrounded by manicured lawns, farms, ponds, and stables.
Parque del Este. Photo: Wilfredorrh, Flickr
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Caracas, Venezuela

Parque del Este

The Brazilian landscape architect Robert Burle Marx harmoniously integrated urban design, architecture, and nature at Parque del Este in the densely populated and developed city of Caracas.
Allenby Street, Tel Avivi. Photo: ChameleonsEye for Shutterstock
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Tel Aviv, Israel

The White City

One of the largest concentrations of Bauhaus architecture is located on the Israeli coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
Montemar Institute of Marine Biology, Chile
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Viña del Mar, Chile

Montemar Institute of Marine Biology

Designed by Chilean architect Enrique Gebhard, the Montemar Institute of Marine Biology has been described as one of the most successful examples of South American modernist architecture.
Fiat Tagliero Building, Asmara. Photo: David Stanley for Wikimedia Commons
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Asmara, Eritrea

Asmara Historic City Center

Despite ancient roots, Asmara, the capital of Eritrea, is most famous for its 20th-century architecture.
2 Columbus Circle. Photo: Renate O'Flaherty for Wikimedia Commons
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New York, New York, United States

2 Columbus Circle

The former Huntington Hartford Gallery of Modern Art, known for decades as 2 Columbus Circle, was designed by Edward Durell Stone, one of America's most prolific architects, and built in 1964.

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