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Tonbridge, Kent, England, United Kingdom

Hadlow Tower

From a distance, the 170-foot-tall Hadlow Tower appears as a slender skyscraper rising from the flat Kent landscape.
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Midlothian, Scotland, United Kingdom

Mavisbank House

Mavisbank House is recognized as one of the finest examples of Neoclassical architecture in Scotland.
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Castlerock, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Mussenden Temple

The Downhill estate was constructed in the late eighteenth century for Frederick Hervey, the Bishop of Derry and Earl of Bristol.
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Armagh City, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Richhill House

Richhill House was designed in a Renaissance style, with two large "Dutch" gabled and pedimented wings, with dormers in the same style, and paneled chimney stacks.
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London, United Kingdom

Wilton's Music Hall

Located in the Tower Hamlets borough of London, Wilton's Music Hall is thought to be the last remaining example of a mid-Victorian London music hall.
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Bodie, California, United States

Bodie State Historic Park

Bodie is the largest and most complete unrestored ghost town remaining in the American West.
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McKinley County, New Mexico, United States

Chaco Culture National Historical Park

The Chaco Culture National Historical Park contains the greatest concentration of prehistoric ruins in the United States.
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States

Cyclorama Center

In 1956, the National Park Service (NPS) launched Mission 66, a ten-year initiative aimed at improving visitor services at national parks with new facilities and infrastructure.
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Montrose County, Colorado, United States

Hanging Flume

Among the more remarkable remnants of America's nineteenth-century gold rush is the Hanging Flume, a 21-kilometer track built along the walls of Colorado's Dolores River Canyon.
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Various locations, United States

Main Street Modern

Many communities in the United States have at least one modern public building.
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Cumberland Island, Georgia, United States

Plum Orchard Historic District

Among the coastal islands of Georgia, Cumberland Island is a natural paradise of forests dripping with Spanish moss, marshes teeming with wildlife, and expansive beaches untouched by development.
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San Diego, California, United States

Salk Institute

The Salk Institute for Biological Studies is considered one of Louis Kahn's greatest buildings and an icon of 20th-century architecture.

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