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Tenyu-ji Temple, Japan

Kannon-do Hall at Tenyu-ji Temple

Kannon-do Hall, constructed in 1766 during the mid-Edo period, is the oldest remaining structure at Tenyu-ji Temple.
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Kesennuma, Miyagi, Japan

Kesennuma Historic Cityscape

Kesennuma’s historic significance began in the twelfth century and much of its prosperity was tied to being a gold-mining town toward the eastern end of Japan’s Golden Trail.
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Sawara, Japan

Machiya in Sawara

Sawara features 92 historic machiya from the Edo period (1603-1868).
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near Gweru, Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe

Nalatale Ruins

Conservation of the Nalatale ruins in Zimbabwe has enabled visitors to better appreciate the site’s significance.
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Hạ Long Bay, Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam

Fishing Villages of Hạ Long Bay

Hạ Long Bay lies on Vietnam’s northeastern seacoast, 70 kilometers from Hanoi. A dramatic setting of rocky formations and crystal blue waters, the bay is inscribed on the World Heritage list.
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Garrison, New York, United States


A modern testament to the harmonious coexistence of nature and architecture, Russel Wright’s Manitoga sits nestled amid the woodlands of New York’s Hudson River Valley.
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New York, New York, United States

510 Fifth Avenue

The former Manufacturers Trust Company Building, located at 510 Fifth Avenue in New York City, is a landmark of mid-century modern architecture.
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Büyükada, Princes' Islands, Istanbul, Turkey

Rum Orphanage

The Rum Orphanage was designed by the prolific architect Alexandre Vallaury (1850-1921) as a luxury hotel and casino for the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits.
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Çamlıyamaç, Erzurum Province, Turkey


In a valley flanked by towering mountains in northeastern Turkey stand the majestic ruins of the tenth-century Georgian monastery of Oshki.
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Istanbul, Turkey

Haydarpaşa Railway Station

For over a century, the historic Haydarpaşa Railway Station has stood as an iconic image on Istanbul's skyline and as the symbolic gateway to the city.
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Testour, Béja Governorate, Tunisia

Old Town of Testour

Tthe Old Town of Testour was established in the early seventeenth century by Jewish and Muslim communities fleeing the Spanish Inquisition on the Iberian Peninsula.