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Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

Ushuaia Prison

Although the 600 convicts that occupied the 380 cells in the Ushuaia prison up until its closure in 1947 were not exactly town citizens, their work was integral to the life of the city beyond.
Members of the Buddhist community at Tseto Goenpa, 2016
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TSETO GOENPA, LAMGONG GEWOG, PARO DISTRICT, BHUTAN

Tseto Goenpa

Tseto Goenpa lies at the top of a mountain that has three stretching ridges and resembles the vajra - a mythological three-pronged dagger and a Buddhist symbol of indestructibility.
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Tbilisi, Georgia

Tbilisi Historic District

Located at a crossroads of Europe and Asia on the famous Silk Road, Tbilisi faced repeated invasions since its founding in the fifth century as rival powers have sought to control its strategic position.
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Eastern State Penitentiary

More than 300 prisons around the world were based on the design and system used at Eastern State Penitentiary.
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Cardross, Scotland, United Kingdom

St. Peter's College, Cardross

St. Peter's College, a modernist architectural wonder designed as a Catholic seminary, is undergoing a unique transformation into an arts center.
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Ōzu, Ehime Prefecture, Shikoku, Japan

Sanro-Den of Sukunahikona Shrine

Collaboration between community members and heritage professionals resulted in the successful restoration of Sanro-Den of Sukunahikona.
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Málaga, Spain

Málaga Roman Theater

The Roman theater in the southern Spanish city of Málaga is thought to have been built early in the first century AD.
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Granada, Spain

Moorish Houses of Granada

The neighborhood of Albayzin in Granada, Spain, contains several Moorish houses, some dating to the period of the Alhambra, many of which were built in the 16th century.
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Province of Lleida, Autonomous Community of Catalonia, Spain

Hermitage of Sant Quirc de Durro

Nestled in the Vall de Boí in Spain’s Catalonian Pyrenees, the Hermitage of Sant Quirc is part of a remarkable group of Romanesque churches built in the eleventh and twelfth centuries.
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Toledo, Spain

Santo Domingo el Antiguo

Founded by Alfonso VI, Santo Domingo el Antiguo de Silos is the oldest monastery in Toledo, dating to 1085.

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