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Municipality of Marcapata, Peru

San Francisco de Asis de Marcapata

The church of San Francisco de Asís exemplifies the “Andean baroque,” a form of architecture that emerged from the intersection of Spanish and local culture during the colonial period.
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Cusco, Peru

Parque Arqueológico de Pikillaqta

The archaeological park of Pikillaqta rests on a plateau embodies the harmonious coexistence of the ancient Wari culture with the region's unique natural resources and landscape.
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Lurín, Peru

Pachacamac Sanctuary

Stretching though the Lower Lurín Valley of Peru, Pachacamac Sanctuary surveys the coastal region just south of Lima.
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Distrito de Machu Picchu, Peru

Santuario Histórico Machu Picchu

Perched atop the Andean peak bearing its name, in clouds high above the Urubamba Valley, Machu Picchu overlooks the Vilcanota River.
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Changuillo and El Ingenio, Nazca, Peru

Jesuit Churches of San José and San Javier

From their arrival in Peru in 1568 to their expulsion in 1767, the Jesuits managed large land holdings and abundant agricultural production, and in the process accumulated significant wealth.
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Colón, Panama

Mount Hope Cemetery

At the Atlantic terminus of the Panama Canal, within the gates of Mount Hope Cemetery, the landscape of graves reveals some of Panama's rich history.
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Panama City, Panama

Corozal Cemetery

The Corozal Cemetery and the Mount Hope Cemetery together serve as stark reminders of the lives lost to one of the most significant and iconic water passages in the world.
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Northern Areas, Pakistan

Petroglyphs in the Diamer-Basha Dam Area

Meandering through gorges of the Indus River valley and across high mountain passes, ancient arteries of the fabled Silk Road cut through the Diamer District of Northern Pakistan.
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Old City of Jerusalem

Cathedral of St. James

Entering the cobblestone alleys of the Cathedral of St. James is a journey back in time.
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Zempoala to Otumba, Mexico

Acueducto de Tembleque

From the rocky, desolate terrain of the central Mexican state of Hidalgo, the Acueducto de Tembleque reaches toward the sky and rises up to 125 feet (39 meters) in height.

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