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Taitō, Tokyo, Japan

Denchu Hirakushi House and Atelier

Denchu Hirakushi (1872–1979) was a modern Japanese sculptor who brought renewed vitality to the 1,500-year-old tradition of Japanese woodcarving in the twentieth century.
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Bikaner, Rajasthan, India

Historic Havelis of Bikaner

The walled city of Bikaner is a dense urban settlement with narrow, winding lanes and buildings featuring highly ornamental street facades.
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Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Royal Opera House

Mumbai’s Royal Opera House is the only remaining opera house in India.
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Sirhind-Fategarh, Punjab, India

Bagh-I-Hafiz Rakhna

Known today as Aam Khas Bagh, this unique Mughal garden complex was originally named for Hafiz Rakhna, the talented revenue collector of Sirhind.
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Quweilbeh, Irbid Governorate, Jordan

Abila

The archaeological site of Abila is situated in a fertile region in northern Jordan, surrounded by olive and pomegranate groves.
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Milot, Haiti

Palace of Sans Souci

The majestic ruins of the Palace of Sans Souci stand amid verdant mountains in the north of Haiti.
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Jacmel, Haiti

Jacmel Historic District

The conservation of a publicly-used historic house in Jacmel will help rebuild the community after a disastrous earthquake struck Haiti in 2010.
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Petén Department, Guatemala

El Zotz

Nestled in the dense forest of the Biotopo San Miguel la Palotada, the Maya archaeological site of El Zotz features pyramids, palaces, plazas, and a ball court.
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Athens, Greece

First Cemetery of Athens

The First Cemetery of Athens is the final resting place for many prominent figures in Greek public life, including statesmen, artists, writers, and philanthropists.
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Ryde, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

Quarr Abbey

The ancient, now-ruined Cistercian Abbey of St. Mary’s at Quarr was founded by Baldwin de Redvers in 1132 AD.
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Birmingham, Preston, and London, England, United Kingdom

British Brutalism

Brutalist buildings represent a major movement in British architectural history, but they are underappreciated and at risk of being demolished.

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