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Sevastopol, Krym, Ukraine

Ancient Chersonesos

Chersonesos, on the Crimean Peninsula on the Black Sea, was founded by Greek settlers in the fifth century BC and was occupied during the Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine eras.
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Nowy Targ, Podhale, Poland

Debno Parish Church

Nestled among the foothills of the Pieniny and Gorce mountains, Debno Parish Church is an exceptional example of the wooden Gothic churches of southern Poland.
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Ulaanbaatar (Ulan Bator), Mongolia

Bogd Khan Palace Museum

In 1911, at the time of the collapse of the Qing Dynasty in China, the independence of Outer Mongolia was proclaimed.
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Verona, Italy

Santa Maria in Stelle Hypogeum

Publio Pomponio Corneliano and his family constructed the hypogeum of Santa Maria in Stelle in the early third century AD.
Rome, Lazio, Italy

Neopitagorica Basilica

Aristocratic Romans who followed the doctrines of Neo-Pythagoreanism literally went underground to practice their beliefs.
Central Java, Indonesia


The popularity of a religious site can threaten both its spiritual quality and its physical fabric.
Kladruby, Tachov, Plzeň Region, Czech Republic

Monastery of Kladruby

Jan Blažej Santini-Aichel (1677-1723) was one of the greatest architects of baroque Europe.
Osijek, Slavonia, Croatia

Tvrđa in Osijek

Over ninety percent of the buildings in Tvrđa were damaged in the Yugoslav war.
Festspielhaus Hellerau, credit: Wikimedia Commons/Stephan Floß
Hellerau, Dresden, Saxony, Germany

Festspielhaus Hellerau

The Festspielhaus Hellerau is one of the birthplaces of modernism as well as an important artifact of European architectural and cultural history.
Split, Croatia

Split Historic Center

Diocletian's splendid palace at Split stood alone until the 7th century, when refugees fleeing the destruction of nearby Salona, the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia, transformed it into a town.