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Beauvais, France

Saint Pierre Cathedral

With its five-aisled choir and transept soaring to a height of 46.5 meters, St. Pierre Cathedral is an extreme expression of the gothic enterprise.
Vallegrande and Saipina, Bolivia

Vallegrande Area Rock Art Sites

With their extraordinary paintings and petroglyphs dating from possibly 6000 BC to A D. 1950, the Andean rock art sites are among the most significant of their kind in Bolivia.
Wadi Hadramaut, Yemen

Tarim

The palaces of Tarim are among the most intricate and technologically sophisticated mud-brick structures in the world.
Completed Project
San Juan Capistrano, California, United States

San Juan Capistrano Mission

The expansive San Juan Capistrano Mission was initially a small adobe chapel when it was established by Padre Junípero Serra on November 1, 1776.
Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom

Greenock Sugar Warehouses

Warehouses in Great Britain were often designed by architects of note - usually as part of an overall dock plan - a far cry from the perfunctory prefabricated nonentities turned out today.
Kyiv, Ukraine

Church of Our Savior of Berestove

Listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List, the Church of Our Savior was built within a monastery complex in Berestove Village, the one-time seat of Kyiv's royal family.
Gaziantep, Turkey

Tepebasi District

Fine examples of mid-nineteenth-century Armenian architecture are only one of many elements in a well-preserved example of cultural and religious integration in the late Ottoman Empire.
Istanbul, Turkey

Küçük Ayasofya Little Hagia Sophia Mosque

The oldest surviving Byzantine monument in Istanbul, Küçük ("Little") Hagia Sophia was constructed under the emperor Justinian on the shores of the Sea of Marmara in AD 527-536.
Bagamoyo, Tanzania

Bagamoyo Historic Town

At once beautiful and disturbing, Bagamoyo's eighteenth- and nineteenth-century coral buildings, specific to Swahili construction, served as a backdrop to East Africa's slave trade.
Completed Project
Kondopoga, Republic of Karelia, Russia

Assumption Church

Assumption Church is an elegant wooden structure with a distinctive nebo, or sky, a highly decorated painted ceiling made up of twenty panels surrounding the central tondo.
Completed Project
Moscow, Russia

Arkhangelskoye State Museum

In the 18th century, Prince Nikolai Golitsyn commissioned French architects to craft an elaborate palace and grounds on the outskirts of Moscow.
Completed Project
Mórrope, Peru

San Pedro de Mórrope Chapel

The chapel of San Pedro de Mórrope was constructed in the 16th century during the Colonial period in Peru in an effort to convert the indigenous Mochica people to Christianity.

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