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Wick, Caithness, Scotland, United Kingdom

Castle Sinclair Girnigoe

Castle Sinclair Girnigoe is a complex of ruined stone structures built and modified over a 200-year period, historically one of northern Scotland's most powerful families.
Exterior, July 2011
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Selby, United Kingdom

Selby Abbey

Although Selby Abbey is now a parish church, it was one of England's great monastic churches, built on a grand scale and to a high level of architectural and artistic mastery.
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Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

Brading Roman Villa

Discovered in 1879, Brading Roman Villa is an important Roman country house on the Isle of Wight notable for its mosaics.
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Bairam Ali, Turkmenistan

Ancient Merv Archaeological Site

The oasis of Merv is strategically sited in the Karakum desert and formed an essential military headquarters and staging post on major east-west trade routes.
Ani Cathedral: view from mosque minaret with Redeemer in background, June 2009
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Ani, Türkiye

Ani Cathedral

Located in modern-day eastern Türkiye, Ani Cathedral is one of the most significant architectural structures remaining from the prosperous Armenian Bagratid period in the 10th and 11th centuries AD.
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Aleppo, Syria

Citadel of Aleppo

One of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, Aleppo preserves remnants of more than four millennia of Near Eastern history.
Glass facade from angle, May 2014
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Vyborg, Russia

Viipuri Library

The restoration of Viipuri Library protected an iconic example of modernist architecture while also setting a precedent for conservation projects at similar sites around the world.
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Oranienbaum, Russia

Chinese Palace At Oranienbaum State Museum

The Chinese Palace at Oranienbaum was the first palace commissioned by Russian empress Catherine the Great following her seizure of power from her husband.
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Istra, Russia

New Jerusalem Monastery

Founded under Patriarch Nikon in the 17th century in Istra on the outskirts of Moscow, the New Jerusalem Monastery was meant to evoke the Holy Land and serve as a pilgrimage site.