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Lima, Peru

Lima Historic Center

Founded by Francisco Pizarro in 1535 as "the City of Kings," Lima was laid out according to the standard Spanish colony grid plan that was superimposed on a crossing point of pre-existing Inca roads.
Atop San GerÛnimo Fort, the largest and most impressive of the Fortifications of Portobelo, 2015
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Portobelo, Panama

Fortifications of Portobelo

The Fortifications of Portobelo need better management to reverse the effects of prolonged lack of maintenance and to mitigate the challenges of urban encroachment and an adverse environment.
Hotel Washington, 2010
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Colón, Panama

Historic Center of Colón

Colón, originally a low-lying coral island, lies at the Caribbean entrance to the Panama Canal.
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Panama City, Chagres River, Panama

Panama Canal Area

In the late nineteenth century, a French company began building what would come to be considered one of the greatest engineering achievements in human history.
The Royal Palace in the Kathmandu Durbar Square, with the collapsed upper stories of the eighteenth-century Basantapur Towe, 2015
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Nepal

Cultural Heritage Sites of Nepal

In the aftermath of a major natural disaster, the reconstruction of Nepal’s heritage will help local communities overcome the devastation that they faced.
View over the Ksar Zenaga, one of Figuig's seven fortified districts, with Algeria in the distance, 2009
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Morocco

Figuig

The oasis of Figuig is on Morocco’s Tentative List for World Heritage and despite the pressures of modernization has maintained its traditional irrigation systems.
Chapultepec Park is a large oasis of forest land surrounded by Mexico City's urban center, 2011
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Mexico City, Mexico

Chapultepec Park

Chapultepec Park is an oasis that offers opportunities for leisure activities for residents and tourists alike, but planning and vision are needed for the Park to continue to be enjoyed by the public.
JosÈ Clemente Orozco's mural series, created between 1923 and 1926, can be seen from the main courtyard, 2007
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Mexico City, Mexico

Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso

The Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, a former Jesuit college that became the cradle of the Mexican muralist movement, is laden with outdated systems that hinder its function as a world-class exhibition space.
Tertulia de Gigantes by Joop J. Beljon, 2007
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Mexico City, Mexico

Ruta de la Amistad

Ruta de la Amistad consists of twenty-two large-scale sculptures that were commissioned ahead of the 1968 Summer Olympics to serve as permanent markers of the event in Mexico City.
Queen's Ring, 2013
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Xilitla, Mexico

Las Pozas

In 1944, Edward James, a wealthy British poet and artist and early patron of surrealist art, purchased a plot of land in Mexico's Huasteca region.
Choir mural post-conservation, August 2011
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Atotonilco, Mexico

Jesús Nazareno Church in Atotonilco

Constructed by Father Felipe Neri Alfaro, the Sanctuary of Jesus Nazareno of Atotonilco is famous for its murals reflecting a syncretism of Catholic religious iconography mixed with native beliefs.
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Chiapas, Mexico

Yaxchilán Archaeological Site

Yaxchilán is located on the border between Guatemala and Mexico and across the river from another ancient Maya city, Piedras Negras, in Guatemala.

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