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Wyoming, United States

South Pass Cultural Landscape

South Pass is synonymous with the opening up of the American West. Hundreds of thousands of pioneers traveling by wagon along the Oregon Trail passed through this region.
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Ellikala, Uzbekistan

Ayaz Kala

The towering mud-brick walls of the three fortresses at Ayaz Kala, located in the Khwarezm region of Central Asia (modern Uzbekistan), rise dramatically from the surrounding plains.
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Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Madrasa Rachid

The ancient Silk Road center of Bukhara is the best-preserved medieval city in Central Asia.
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La Guaira, Venezuela

La Guaira Historic Center

The historic city of La Guaira was founded in the sixteenth century on the Caribbean Sea and served as the chief port for Venezuela’s future inland capital Caracas.
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Araya, Venezuela

Real Fuerza de Santiago de Arroyo

Warmed by gentle Caribbean breezes and surrounded with beaches lapped by azure waters, the Real Fuerza de Santiago de Arroyo's languid setting reveals little of its tumultuous history.
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Coro, Falcón, Venezuela

San Francisco Church in Coro

Among the first churches that the Franciscan Order founded in Venezuela, the original church at Coro was part of the Convent of Nuestra Señora de la Salceda, founded in 1614.
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My Son, Quảng Nam-Ḍà Nẵng, Tỉnh, Vietnam

My Son Temple District

My Son, an architectural complex on the coast of Vietnam, was the spiritual and political capital of the Cham people (the Champa Kingdom).
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Wadi Hadramaut, Yemen


Shibam presents itself as a city of mud brick skyscrapers. The agglomeration of 1,600-year-old structures, some eight stories, was a familiar site for travelers on the frankincense caravan route.
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Wadi Hadramaut, Yemen


The palaces of Tarim are among the most intricate and technologically sophisticated mud-brick structures in the world.
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Vidin, Bulgaria

Vidin Synagogue

Built in 1894, this is a testament to the wealth and pride of the local community that had flourished for more than five centuries after its arrival from Spain in the fifteenth century.
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Dessau, Germany

Gartenreich Dessau-Wörltz

In 1765, a visionary prince, Leopold III Friedrich Franz of Anhalt-Dessau, collaborated with Friedrich Wilhelm von Erdmannsdorff to develop Gartenreich Dessau-Wörlitz alongside the Elbe River.