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Angono, Rizal, Philippines

Angono Petroglyphs

Discovered in 1965, the Angono Petroglyphs are believed to be the oldest known artworks in the Philippines.
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Chihuahua, Mexico

Carolina Hacienda

The last generation of wealthy landowners to emerge in Mexico to build elaborate haciendas within huge land tracts arose during the dictatorship of Diaz, president from1876 until 1911.
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Rome, Italy

Farnese Nymphaeum

Many wealthy and powerful families of sixteenth-century Rome bought property on the Palatine Hill, where they built elaborate gardens filled with sculpture and fountains.
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Padua, Veneto, Italy

Botanical Garden of Padua University

Just beyond the boundaries of the world's oldest botanical garden, a large apartment building with an underground garage is being constructed.
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Ancona, Marche, Italy

Arch of Trajan

In an unlikely setting of towering loading-dock cranes, piles of coal, and railroad tracks stands the Arch of Trajan, one of the most intact ancient Roman commemorative monuments.
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Haifa, Israel

Gemeindehaus

An anomaly in the urban fabric of Haifa is the German Colony, within which the two buildings of the Gemeindehaus complex are situated.
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County Offaly, Ireland

Clonmacnoise

Clonmacnoise is a beautiful complex of ruins - churches, towers, a castle, three high crosses, and hundreds of Early Christian cross slabs.
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Beraban, Bali, Indonesia

Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Temple is a complex of wooden structures with origins in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, built on a large coral rock separated from the nearby island of Bali.
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Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Metropolitan Building

This former department store of Kolkata (former Calcutta) aspired to be a civic landmark on par with Government House and the Victoria Memorial.
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Leh, India

Guru Lhakhang and Sumda Chun Temples

The eleventh-century Tibetan translator of Buddhist texts, Rinchen Tsangpo, who brought Buddhism to the Western Himalaya, is credited with founding 108 temples in the region.

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