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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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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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Damascus, Syria

Damascus Old City & Saddle Souk

First settled in the third millennium BC, the Syrian capital of Damascus is one of the longest continually inhabited cities in the world.
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Brodruzal, Lukov-Venecia and Topola, Slovakia

Three Greek Catholic Churches

The Greek Catholic Church of Eastern Slovakia has always battled for its survival.
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Lednické-Rovne, Slovakia

Lednické-Rovne Historical Park

The 19.5-hectare park of Lednické-Rovne boasts numerous English garden follies such as a Gothic-style gate, medieval turret, and a Roman-style temple to Minerva.
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Moscow Oblast, Russia


A fine example of eighteenth-century Russian Classicism, the Semenovskoe-Otrada Palace is one of the largest non-royal residences in Russia and the largest in the Moscow region.
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St. Petersburg, Tsarskoje Selo, Russia

Agate Pavilion

One of the finest creations of Imperial Russia, the building was decorated by leading artisans of the time-Charlemagne, Hofert, Rudolf, and de Pedro.
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Oradea, Romania

Oradea Fortress

The Oradea Fortress was built atop earlier earthen fortifications and an eleventh-century cathedral commissioned by King Ladislaus, credited with Christianizing Transylvania.
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Wiślica, Poland

Wiślica Archaeological Site

Now a neglected outpost near Krakow, the village of Wiślica was once a thriving religious and political center of medieval Poland.
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Lodz, Poland

Mausoleum of Karol Scheibler

Karol Scheibler, textile magnate and philanthropist, oversaw the transformation of Łodz from a quiet agricultural town into a major industrial center in the nineteenth century.
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Malborka, Poland

Jerusalem Hospital of the Teutonic Order

A rare example of a Teutonic Order hospital structure, the former Jerusalem Hospital in Malborka was built in the late thirteenth century to care for the region's sick and needy.
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Nowy Targ, Podhale, Poland

Debno Parish Church

Nestled among the foothills of the Pieniny and Gorce mountains, Debno Parish Church is an exceptional example of the wooden Gothic churches of southern Poland.