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Taxco de Alarcón, Mexico

Santa Prisca Parish Church

Santa Prisca Church was built following the discovery of a silver mine on the property of José de la Borda.
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Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City Historic Center

Seven centuries of Mexican history are recorded in the architectural landscape of the Centro Histórico, or Historic Center, of Mexico City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Partial view, north side. Funerary jars visible on the surface and partially damaged., March 9, 2011
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Djenné, Mali

Djenné-Djeno Archaeological Site

Although the archaeological site of Djenné-Djeno is located just three kilometers southeast of the modern village of Djenné, the site was unknown until the 1970s.
April 2005
Completed Project
Ambohimanga Rova, Antananarivo Province, Madagascar

Royal Hill of Ambohimanga

First occupied in the fifteenth century, the Royal Hill of Ambohimanga has long been one of the most important spiritual and historic sites for the Malagasy people.
Heneine Palace seen with other historic buildings like Ziadeh Palace to the left, amid new construction, 2012
The Watch
Beirut, Lebanon

Heneine Palace

Heneine Palace is a landmark of Beirut that deserves to be preserved and put into public use so that it can be enjoyed by all, but instead it is at risk of being torn down and lost forever.
A view of the Dalieh of Raouche, an open rocky area along the sea shore of Beirut, 2014
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Beirut, Lebanon

Dalieh of Raouche

Used as a public space for more than 7,000 years, the Dalieh of Raouche may become the latest victim of a development frenzy that has destroyed or privatized many of Beirut’s open spaces.
The Great Temple of Petra seen from the northwest, 2011
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Wadi Mousa, Jordan

Petra Archaeological Site

The magnificent ruins of ancient Petra occupy a high plateau that rises out of Wadi Mousa, the Valley of Moses, in southwest Jordan.
The Maeno merchant house, a traditional machiya building in Tsukiji, between buildings of more recent style, 2015
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Tokyo, Japan

Early Twentieth Century Architecture in Tsukiji

The relocation of the Tsukiji fish market ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games warns of redevelopment pressures for some of the last remaining markers of Tokyo’s historic urban architecture.
Kannon-do Hall of Tenyu-ji Temple (Edo Period, 1766); Ogatsu Town; Ishinomaki City; Miyagi Prefecture; Japan., May 2013
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Tōhoku and Kantō Regions, Japan

East Japan Earthquake Heritage Sites

When an earthquake struck East Japan in March 2011, the rebuilding of heritage structures became a major part of the recovery process for local communities.

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