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Warao Settlements, Guyana

Moruka-Waini Cultural Landscape

Forest exploitation is damaging the ancient heartland of the Warao, one of the oldest cultures of the region.
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Arani and Callapa, Bolivia

Arani and Callapa Churches

The churches of Arani and Callapa are but two examples of the scores of adobe churches in Bolivia that face extinction, despite designation as National Monuments.
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Cumberland Island, Georgia, United States

Plum Orchard Historic District

Among the coastal islands of Georgia, Cumberland Island is a natural paradise of forests dripping with Spanish moss, marshes teeming with wildlife, and expansive beaches untouched by development.
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Faversham, Kent, United Kingdom

Abbey Farmstead

When Faversham Abbey was established as a royal foundation in 1147, Abbey Farm was built as its grange.
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Dadu District, Pakistan

Mian Nasir Mohammed Graveyard

Mian Nasir Mohammed gained the support of disaffected Sindhis by espousing agricultural cooperation and other egalitarian ideas.
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Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

San Giacomo Maggiore Portico

San Giacomo Maggiore boasts an elegant portico - the only one of Renaissance style in Bologna - along its northern side.
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Las Geel District, Somaliland

Las Geel Rock Art

A series of rock art sites discovered at Las Geel is providing a wealth of information of ancient, semi-nomadic peoples in the Horn of Africa.
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Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia

Hell House

Until about twenty years ago, the historic center of Banská Štiavnica was a thriving mining town with 3,000 residents.
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Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia

Irkutsk Historic Center

The village of Irkutsk, which in 1686 became the capital of Oriental Siberia, was an important stop on commercial trade routes between the Orient and the Occident.
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Butuceni, Moldova

Barbary-Bosia Monastery Complex

The elaborately decorated surfaces of the Bosie Church and accompanying monks' cells were carved from a cave complex above the Raut River between 1665 and 1675.
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Pimería Alta Missions

The Pimería Missions were established to indoctrinate the indigenous, peoples of the Pimería Alta region, which straddles the Mexican state of Sonora and the American state of Arizona.
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Acatlán, Mexico


Oxtotitlán, in the Mexican state of Guerrero, is one of only two known cave sites that contain polychrome murals rendered by the Olmec people more than 2,700 years ago.