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Lo Manthang, Upper Mustang, Nepal

Gompas of Upper Mustang

As a result of their remoteness, the gompas (temple/monasteries) of the Upper Mustang have remained unchanged by modern life.
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Kathmandu, Nepal

Teku Thapathali Monument Zone

For centuries, the Teku Thapathali Monument Zone, has played a critical role in the spiritual lives of both Hindus and Buddhists alike.
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Edo, Nigeria

Benin City Earthworks

The Benin City Walls consist of a set of inner and outer interlocking rings originally built to delineate the royal precinct of the Oba, or king, from the surrounding area.
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Bergen, Norway

Sandviken Bay

Established around 1650, the Sandviken Bay settlement served as the original site of fishing-industry warehouses and roperies in the southwestern city of Bergen.
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Vågåmo, Norway

Vågå Old Church

Set in the landlocked mountains north of Jotunheimen, Vågå Old Church represents a singular case among the renowned stave- or timber-framed churches of Norway.
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Trondheim, Norway

Wooden Architecture of Trondheim

Few of Norway's original wooden towns exist. Fires, urban renewal, indifferent owners have reduced many to dereliction.
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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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Indus River Delta, Sindh, Pakistan

Tamba Wari

The meandering course of the Indus River in Pakistan brought an end to the life of a richly populated area that centuries ago thrived on maritime trade.
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Thatta, Pakistan

Thatta Monuments

Located about 100 kilometers east of Karachi, this windswept World Heritage Site in the Indus Valley was once a well-watered and revered destination for medieval worshippers and celebrants.
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Uch, Pakistan

Uch Monument Complex

The ancient city of Uch was one of several metropolises founded by Alexander the Great on his crusade through Central Asia in the late 4th century BC.
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Beit Wazan, Palestinian Territory

Al-Qasem Palace

The four-story Al-Qasem Palace was built in 1820 as the seat of the Al-Qasem family sheikdom, one of 24 such political entities that ruled the central highlands of Palestine.

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