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Adiyaman Province, Turkey

Mount Nemrut Archaeological Site

Antiochus I, an Armenian king whose lineage connected him to the Seleucids, Ptolemies, and Macedonians, ruled the small territory of Commagene in Asia Minor in the 1st century BC.
Bontida, Romania

Bánffy Castle

For over six centuries, Bánffy Castle was occupied by members of the same aristocratic family.
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Zhovkva, Ukraine

Zhovkva Synagogue

Zhovkva Synagogue was built in the 1690s for a rapidly growing Jewish community.
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Hué City, Huong Tho Village, Vietnam

Minh Mang Tomb

King Minh Mang, the second ruler of the Nguyen Dynasty, governed southern and central Vietnam from 1820 to 1840.
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Moscow, Russia

Rusakov Club

The Rusakov Club, now home to the Roman Viktyuk Theater, was restored in 2015.
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Pennsylvania, United States

Lancaster County

The green fields of Lancaster County in southeastern Pennsylvania constitute a historic cultural landscape representing the founding ideals of the United States of America.
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Ivanovo, Bulgaria

Ivanovo Rock Chapels

Founded in the first half of the thirteenth century, the rock chapels near the village of Ivanovo constitute a remarkable Eastern Orthodox Hesychastic monastic complex.
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Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mostar Historic Center

The Ottomans conquered Mostar in 1463 and brought Islamic influences and urban growth to the small town straddling the banks of the Nerevta River.
Distrito de Machu Picchu, Peru

Santuario Histórico Machu Picchu

Perched atop the Andean peak bearing its name, in clouds high above the Urubamba Valley, Machu Picchu overlooks the Vilcanota River.
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Migori District, Kenya

Thimlich Ohinga Cultural Landscape

Built in the 14th century on a hill, Thimlich Ohinga is a complex surrounded by stone walls now partially covered under Savannah bush land.
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Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Khami National Monument

Khami, a settlement founded in the mid-15th century, became the capital city of Great Zimbabwe in the mid-16th century and thus became the center of the kingdom's political and economic power.