Explore by Watch Year

View mode
Your search returned 839 results.
The Watch
Shechem (or Ancient Nablus), Palestinian Territory

Tell Balatah

Located near the West Bank town of Nablus, Tell Balatah has long been associated with the ancient city of Shechem, mentioned throughout the Bible and in numerous Egyptian documents.
Completed Project
Portobelo, Panama

San Jerónimo Fort

San Jerónimo Fort was built in several stages between 1596 and 1779 to protect the transportation of goods from South America to Spain.
Completed Project
Portobelo, Panama

San Lorenzo Castle

The first fortifications of San Lorenzo castle were built by prominent military engineer Juan Bautista Antonelli in 1595.
The Watch
Asuncion to Sapucay, Paraguay

Paraguay Railway System

As the last steam-powered train of the Paraguay Railway came to a halt at the Sapucaí train yard in 1999, an era came to an end.
The Watch
Angasmarca, Peru

Angasmarca Temple

One of the unexpected cultural and artistic offspring of the Conquest, the "mestizo baroque" was the architectural expression of the commingling of European and Native American cultures.
The Watch
near Motupe, Peru

Apurlec Archaeological Site

Adobe pyramids, civic squares, residential blocks, ceremonial fora, and planting fields were left behind in Apurlec, one of the largest pre-Columbian settlements in the Americas.
The Watch
Lima, Peru

Cajamarquilla Archaeological Site

A large urban center on the outskirts of Lima, Cajamarquilla was first settled by the Huari, whose culture flourished along the Peruvian coast ca. a.d. 400-600. .
The Watch
Supe Valley, Barranca Province, Peru

Caral Archaeological Site

Established at a time of dramatic cultural development in the Andes, the ancient site Caral, 182 kilometers north of Lima, has been hailed as the oldest city in the Americas.
Completed Project
Amazonas, Peru

Kuelap Fortress

Kuelap, one of the largest ancient monuments of the Americas, was a fortified citadel in northern Peru on the slopes of the Andes.
Completed Project
Yauyos, Peru

Laraos Terraces

The andenería, or terraced landscape of Laraos, is believed to date to the pre-Inca period and is a defining feature of the steep slopes of the Peruvian Andes.
Completed Project
Rio Abiseo National Park, Peru

Los Pinchudos Archaeological Site

Among rock shelters, ceremonial structures, houses, terraces, and funerary chambers is the cemetery of Los Pinchudos, a key feature of the National Park of Río Abiseo.
The Watch
Guadalupe, Peru

Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery

The early 17th-century Augustinian complex of Our Lady of Guadalupe was built over the ruins of the native sanctuary of Pakatnamú as a statement of Christianity over indigenous religion.