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Vågåmo, Norway

Vågå Old Church

Set in the landlocked mountains north of Jotunheimen, Vågå Old Church represents a singular case among the renowned stave- or timber-framed churches of Norway.
Vilnius, Lithuania

Vilnius Town Wall

A structure erected for pure fortification has evolved into a valuable historic aesthetic element in Vilnius.
Prizren, Republic of Kosovo

Prizren Historic Center

The most important town in Kosovo, Prizren became the regional seat of the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans in 1360, when Sultan Murad I extended the empire into Europe.
Mtwapa, Kenya

Mtwapa Heritage Site

With its vast architectural remains, abundant wildlife, and idyllic location, the ancient port of Mtwapa is one of the most important sites on Kenya's Swahili Coast.
Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China

Liao Dynasty Site

Since 1989, important finds have been made in the southeastern area of Inner Mongolia, once home to the Hong Shan - a Bronze Age prairie culture, and later the first site of the Liao culture.
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo City Hall

Situated at the intersection of three major streets in Sarajevo, the City Hall is a monument to the multiculturalism of Bosnia.
Hasbaya, Lebanon

Chehabi Citadel

Overlooking the village of Hasbaya in south Lebanon, the Chehabi Citadel occupied a strategic location for the armies of the First Crusade, believed to have built its fortifications in the 11th century.
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Tyre, Lebanon

Ancient Tyre

Tyre, situated approximately 50 miles south of Beirut, was founded by Phoenician settlers in the third millennium BC.
Murgia dei Trulli, Italy

Murgia dei Trulli

The whimsical appearance of i trulli with their domed or conical roofs have attracted the attention of architects and tourists for centuries.
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Salerno, Italy

Grottoes of San Michele

Along a narrow valley in the Picentini Mountains, the flowing water of the Tusiano River gradually excavated a deep natural cavern on the western slopes of Monte Raione.
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.
New York, United States

Seventh Regiment Armory

Officers of the Seventh Regiment Armory had access to facilities that included lavish reception spaces and public-area rooms designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Stanford White, and the Herter brothers.