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The main entrance to the General Cemetery of Santiago, 2006
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Santiago, Chile

General Cemetery of Santiago

The General Cemetery of Santiago, the burial place of presidents and hundreds of other luminaries, has borne the brunt of many earthquakes and is now neglected by the city.
The Chug-Chug Geoglyphs are located along an ancient caravan route that connected two oases, the Calama and Quillagua, 2015
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Calama and Maria Elena Municipalities, Chile

Chug-Chug Geoglyphs

The thousand-year-old Chug-Chug Geoglyphs depend on the establishment of an archaeological park to protect, preserve, and interpret the site.
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Easter Island (Rapa Nui)—Rano Raraku

Easter Island, one of the world’s most remote inhabited places, 3,700 kilometers off the coast of South America, is home to an extraordinary archaeological heritage that spans over a thousand years.
Orongo - Mata Ngarau, May 2011
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Easter Island, Chile

Easter Island (Rapa Nui)—Orongo

Easter Island, a special territory of Chile that was annexed in 1888, is most famous for the hundreds moai statues scattered throughout its coastline.
Car of Villaseca elevator (1907), linking Antonio Varas Avenue in the center of Valparaíso to Playa Ancha hill., c1996
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Valparaíso, Chile

Elevators of Valparaíso

Restoration of Valparaíso’s historic funiculars jump-started several other conservation projects in the historic seaport.
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Chiloé Island, Chile

Chiloé Churches

At least 150 wooden churches once stood on the Chiloé archipelago, a group of islands off the coast of central Chile.
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Bafut, Cameroon

Bafut Palace

Bafut Palace is located in the heart of the Bafut kingdom in northwest Cameroon.
Aerial view from the southeastern angle, 2006
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Loropeni, Burkina Faso

Loropeni Ruins

Spanning lands that cross the modern borders of Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, and Ghana, the Loropeni ruins are part of the larger Lobi Ruins, a 120-mile-by-60-mile cultural landscape.
View of the three restored colonial buildings and Coaty Restaurant (left) on the Ladeira da MisericÛrdia, 1987
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Salvador, Brazil

Ladeira da Misericórdia

The Ladeira da Misericordia, a historic street that was the site for a visionary project by Lina Bo Bardi, has now been abandoned for over two decades.
The Brussels Palace of Justice seen from the rear, 2015
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Brussels, Belgium

Brussels Palace of Justice

The Brussels Palace of Justice is a victim of its enormous size that long caused it to be seen as a folly and needs a guarantee of its future and a ground-up rehabilitation.