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Aragon, Navarre, La Rioja, Castile-Leon and Galicia, Spain

Route of Santiago de Compostela

Between the years AD 820 and 830, a tomb attributed to the apostle St. James was discovered in Iria Flavia (Galicia).
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Barcelona, Spain

Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família

Seemingly defying gravity, the towers of the Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família stretch to the heavens above the Barcelona landscape, and are now synonymous with the city's identity.
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Soria and Garray, Spain


Celebrated by Pliny, Livy, and Cicero, the ancient city of Numancia rests atop a commanding promontory near modern Soria.
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Siwa Oasis, Egypt

Old Mosque of Shali Fortress

Surveying the endless expanse of deserts of northeastern Egypt, the Old Mosque of Shali Fortress is perched peacefully atop a small hill in Siwa Oasis, a remote village south of the Mediterranean Sea.
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Mutsamudu, Anjouan, Comoros

Ujumbe Palace

Masked by decay and the dense maze of its urban context, the façade of Ujumbe Palace, belies its historical, political, and architectural significance as well as its interior splendor.
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Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

San Fernando and San Jose Fortresses

Emerging from the steel-blue waters of the Caribbean Sea, the fortresses of San Fernando and San José stand sentinel over Cartagena Bay's inlet.
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Province of Antioquia, Colombia

Santa Fe de Antioquia Historic Center

Deep within the Central Cordillera of the Andes in northeastern Colombia, Santa Fe de Antioquia rises more than 1,650 feet (500 meters) above sea level, between the Cauca and Tonusco rivers.
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Thimphu, Bhutan


While traveling with his disciples, Tsangpa Gyare, the Tibetan founder of the Drukpa Kagyud sect of Buddhism, saw nine dragons rise out of the earth and fill the sky with flowers.
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Cochabamba, Bolivia

Convento-Museo Santa Teresa

A convent for cloistered nuns for over two centuries, the Convento-Museo Santa Teresa has preserved the majority of its original architecture details and decorative elements.
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Muharraq, Bahrain

Suq Al-Qaysariya

The traditional markets of Suq al-Qaysariya have been an intrinsic element of the urban fabric of Muharraq, Bahrain's second largest city, for the past 200 years.