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Wangan, Taiwan

Jungshe Village

Located on an island off the coast of Taiwan, Jungshe Village is the result of three centuries of Chinese immigration and cultural development.
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Bagamoyo, Tanzania

Bagamoyo Historic Town

At once beautiful and disturbing, Bagamoyo's eighteenth- and nineteenth-century coral buildings, specific to Swahili construction, served as a backdrop to East Africa's slave trade.
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Ankara, Turkey

Çukur Han

Built in the late sixteenth or early seventeenth century during Ottoman rule of Ankara, this han, or caravanserai, was designed to accommodate traveling merchants.
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Istanbul, Turkey

Historic Walls of Istanbul

Stretching along the Golden Horn to the Sea of Marmara, the fortified walls of Istanbul protected the city from the early Byzantine period to the fifteenth century.
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Istanbul, Turkey

Küçük Ayasofya Little Hagia Sophia Mosque

The oldest surviving Byzantine monument in Istanbul, Küçük ("Little") Hagia Sophia was constructed under the emperor Justinian on the shores of the Sea of Marmara in AD 527-536.
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Kas, Turkey

Patara Archaeological Site

Wide, protective sandy beaches and a deep Mediterranean bay helped make Patara the wealthy capital of the Lycian-Pamphylian province during the Roman Empire.
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Gaziantep, Turkey

Tepebasi District

Fine examples of mid-nineteenth-century Armenian architecture are only one of many elements in a well-preserved example of cultural and religious integration in the late Ottoman Empire.
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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.
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Kampala, Uganda

Kampala Historic Buildings

In just over a century, the Ugandan city of Kampala experienced change on a scale rarely seen in an urban context.
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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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Kiev, Ukraine

Church of Our Savior of Berestove

Listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List, the Church of Our Savior was built within a monastery complex in Berestove Village, the one-time seat of Kiev's royal family.