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New York, New York, United States

Historic Lower Manhattan

In 1625, Dutch settlers founded New Amsterdam on a stretch of land that would eventually grow into one of the world's most famous and populous cities.
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Mississippi and Louisiana, United States

Gulf Coast and New Orleans

Beyond cuisine and music, New Orleans is known for its unique built environment of Franco-Creole.
Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Home Endangered By Heavy Rains
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Los Angeles, California, United States

Ennis Brown House

In the 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright built a series of textile-block houses based on the idea that buildings should draw materials from their natural environments.
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New York Harbor, New York & New Jersey, United States

South Side of Ellis Island

Ellis Island in New York Harbor was the principle point of entry for immigrants to America from 1892 until 1924, during which period an estimated 12 million people were processed.
Window sash repair, June 29, 2009
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Newburgh, New York, United States

Dutch Reformed Church

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, New York, sits on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River and is a reminder of the wealth that came early to settlements in New York.
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Adobe Missions of New Mexico

The adobe churches of New Mexico were built as part of the Franciscan missionary campaign in the New World.
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Old Westbury, New York, United States

A. Conger Goodyear House

When the A. Conger Goodyear House was completed in 1938, Edward Durell Stone was already well-known as one of the country's leading architects working in the International Style.
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Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States

San Jose Church

The San José Church, originally known as the Iglesia de Santo Tomás de Aquino, is considered by many scholars to be one of the finest and oldest examples of Gothic-influenced religious architecture.
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San Francisco, California, United States

Golden Gate Park Conservatory of Flowers

The Conservatory of Flowers is the oldest surviving structure in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, and one of only a few large Victorian greenhouses in the United States.
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Chicago, Illinois, United States

Tree Studios and Medinah Temple

Commissioned by philanthropist Judge Lambert Tree, the Tree Studios were designed as an artists' residence by the Parfitt Brothers architectural firm.
Work yard, 2006
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New Lebanon, New York, United States

Mount Lebanon Shaker Village

At its height in 1860, the Shaker village of Mount Lebanon, New York, spanned some 6,000 acres and contained more than 100 buildings.