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Oumm el' Amed, Lebanon

Iskandarouna-Naqoura Cultural Landscape

With a settlement history spanning some 1,200 years, the cultural landscape of Iskandarouna-Naqoura, including the site of Umm el-Amed, is rich in archaeological remains and natural resources.
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Riga, Latvia

Riga Cathedral

Riga Cathedral, the centerpiece of Latvia's capital city, was built in the early 13th century in the Romanesque style.
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Tafilah, Jordan

Khirbet Et-Tannur

Located about 70 kilometers north of Petra, Khirbet et-Tannur is one of the best-preserved and most intact examples of a Nabataean open-air sanctuary.
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Amman, Jordan

Ain Ghazal

Considered among the most important pre-pottery Neolithic sites in the whole of the ancient Near East, Ain Ghazal first came to light during road construction on the outskirts of Amman in 1974.
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Spanish Town, Jamaica

Old Iron Bridge

In the late 18th century, Jamaica's House of Assembly passed an act commissioning the construction of a much-needed bridge between Kingston and Spanish Town in St. Catherine.
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Valeggio sul Mincio, Italy

Viscontian Bridge-Dam

The Viscontian bridge-dam in Valeggio sul Mincio is a remnant of a larger defense system put in place by Count Gian Galeazzo Visconti, when he ruled Lombardy in the late fourteenth century.
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Molise Region, Italy

Transhumance Cultural Landscape

Transhumance, the seasonal moving of sheep across vast swaths of grazing lands, has been an essential part of traditional Italian agricultural life since Roman times.
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Rome, Italy

Santi Quattro Coronati Cloister

Within the fortress-like Basilica of Santi Quattro Coronati complex is an early-13th-century cloister that is possibly the earliest structure in Rome in the Cosmatesque style.
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Verona, Italy

Santa Maria in Stelle Hypogeum

Publio Pomponio Corneliano and his family constructed the hypogeum of Santa Maria in Stelle in the early third century AD.
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Puglia and Matera, Italy

Rupestrian Churches of Puglia and the City of Matera

In 1464, Pope Paul II gave the Ciminelli family his blessing to enhance the church of San Pietro Barisano in the I Sassi district of Matera, the northernmost province in the Puglia region of Italy.
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Naples, Italy

Portici Royal Palace

In 1740, King Charles III embarked on the construction of the Royal Palace of Portici as a summer residence for the court.

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