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Gdansk, Poland

Vistulamouth Fortress

The origins of Vistulamouth Fortress probably date to the early medieval period, when a lighthouse and watchtower guarding the mouth of the Vistula River occupied the site of the current structures.
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Wiślica, Poland

Wiślica Archaeological Site

Now a neglected outpost near Krakow, the village of Wiślica was once a thriving religious and political center of medieval Poland.
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Vila Nova de Foz Côa, Guarda District, Portugal

Côa Valley Petroglyphs

An archaeological survey in preparation for construction of a dam on the Côa River revealed a surprising discovery - Paleolithic rock art outcroppings along 17 kilometers on both sides of the valley.
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Rabaçal, Portugal

Roman Villa of Rabaçal

The 4th-century Roman villa of Rabaçal is perhaps the most important ruin at the site of ancient Conimbriga, one of the largest Roman sites, and the best preserved, in Portugal.
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Oradea, Romania

Oradea Fortress

The Oradea Fortress was built atop earlier earthen fortifications and an eleventh-century cathedral commissioned by King Ladislaus, credited with Christianizing Transylvania.
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Ghelinta, Romania

Romano Catholic Church

The Romano Catholic Church of Saint Emeric was built in the thirteenth century by the first Christian settlers in present day Ghelinta.
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St. Petersburg, Tsarskoje Selo, Russia

Agate Pavilion

One of the finest creations of Imperial Russia, the building was decorated by leading artisans of the time-Charlemagne, Hofert, Rudolf, and de Pedro.
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Moscow, Russia

Arkhangelskoye State Museum

In the 18th century, Prince Nikolai Golitsyn commissioned French architects to craft an elaborate palace and grounds on the outskirts of Moscow.
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Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia

Irkutsk Historic Center

The village of Irkutsk, which in 1686 became the capital of Oriental Siberia, was an important stop on commercial trade routes between the Orient and the Occident.
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Belomorsky and Pudozhsky Districts, Republic of Karelia, Russia

Karelian Petroglyphs

The petroglyphs of the Karelian Republic include elaborate scenes of warfare, religious ritual, seafaring, and even skiing, carved into the red granite of the White Sea coast.
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St. Petersburg, Russia

Mendeleev Tower

Russian chemist Dimitri Mendeleev is perhaps most celebrated for his development of the Mendeleev – or Periodic – Table, which categorized elements by their atomic weight.

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