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Richtersveld, South Africa

Richtersveld Cultural Landscape

For thousands of years, the KhoeSan peoples of South Africa and Namibia maintained a pastoral way of life.
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Kandy, Sri Lanka

Kandy Sacred City

Situated on a central plateau, the sacred city of Kandy is the second largest city in Sri Lanka.
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Karima, Sudan

Gebel Barkal

Gebel Barkal is an isolated sandstone butte alongside the Nile that marks the site of the ancient city of Napata.
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Borlange City, Sweden

Ljungberg Hall

The Ljungberg Hall was originally designed as an exhibition hall for the 1897 Stockholm Exposition of Art and Industry.
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Damascus, Syria

Damascus Old City & Saddle Souk

First settled in the third millennium BC, the Syrian capital of Damascus is one of the longest continually inhabited cities in the world.
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Wangan, Taiwan

Jungshe Village

Located on an island off the coast of Taiwan, Jungshe Village is the result of three centuries of Chinese immigration and cultural development.
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Bagamoyo, Tanzania

Bagamoyo Historic Town

At once beautiful and disturbing, Bagamoyo's eighteenth- and nineteenth-century coral buildings, specific to Swahili construction, served as a backdrop to East Africa's slave trade.
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Ankara, Turkey

Çukur Han

Built in the late sixteenth or early seventeenth century during Ottoman rule of Ankara, this han, or caravanserai, was designed to accommodate traveling merchants.
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Istanbul, Turkey

Historic Walls of Istanbul

Stretching along the Golden Horn to the Sea of Marmara, the fortified walls of Istanbul protected the city from the early Byzantine period to the fifteenth century.
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Istanbul, Turkey

Küçük Ayasofya Little Hagia Sophia Mosque

The oldest surviving Byzantine monument in Istanbul, Küçük ("Little") Hagia Sophia was constructed under the emperor Justinian on the shores of the Sea of Marmara in AD 527-536.
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Kas, Turkey

Patara Archaeological Site

Wide, protective sandy beaches and a deep Mediterranean bay helped make Patara the wealthy capital of the Lycian-Pamphylian province during the Roman Empire.