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St. Petersburg, Russia

Mendeleev Tower

Russian chemist Dimitri Mendeleev is perhaps most celebrated for his development of the Mendeleev – or Periodic – Table, which categorized elements by their atomic weight.
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Kondopoga, Republic of Karelia, Russia

Assumption Church

Assumption Church is an elegant wooden structure with a distinctive nebo, or sky, a highly decorated painted ceiling made up of twenty panels surrounding the central tondo.
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Moscow, Russia

Arkhangelskoye State Museum

In the 18th century, Prince Nikolai Golitsyn commissioned French architects to craft an elaborate palace and grounds on the outskirts of Moscow.
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Ghelinta, Romania

Romano Catholic Church

The Romano Catholic Church of Saint Emeric was built in the thirteenth century by the first Christian settlers in present day Ghelinta.
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Rabaçal, Portugal

Roman Villa of Rabaçal

The 4th-century Roman villa of Rabaçal is perhaps the most important ruin at the site of ancient Conimbriga, one of the largest Roman sites, and the best preserved, in Portugal.
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Gdansk, Poland

Vistulamouth Fortress

The origins of Vistulamouth Fortress probably date to the early medieval period, when a lighthouse and watchtower guarding the mouth of the Vistula River occupied the site of the current structures.
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Lublin, Poland

Old Lublin Theater

The Old Lublin Theater was designed in the neo-classical style by its first owner, Polish architect Lukasz Rodakiewicz, to host local and traveling performances for the entertainment of local citizenry.
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Kabayan, Philippines

Kabayan Mummy Caves

When industrial activity began in the forests north of Manila, loggers discovered ancient burial caves hewn out of the rock containing mummified remains and hundreds of coffins and skulls.
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Mórrope, Peru

San Pedro de Mórrope Chapel

The chapel of San Pedro de Mórrope was constructed in the 16th century during the Colonial period in Peru in an effort to convert the indigenous Mochica people to Christianity.
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Cajamarca, Peru

Ransom Room

When the Spanish conquistador Pizarro began his pillaging of Peru in 1533, he seized the Inca emperor Atahualpa and held him prisoner in what has come to be known as the Ransom Room.
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Guadalupe, Peru

Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery

The early 17th-century Augustinian complex of Our Lady of Guadalupe was built over the ruins of the native sanctuary of Pakatnamú as a statement of Christianity over indigenous religion.
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Yauyos, Peru

Laraos Terraces

The andenería, or terraced landscape of Laraos, is believed to date to the pre-Inca period and is a defining feature of the steep slopes of the Peruvian Andes.