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Luxor, Egypt

West Bank of the Nile

The area along the West Bank of the Nile at Luxor contains some of the most important archaeological sites in the world.
Guyuan County, China

Xumishan Grottoes

More than 130 grottoes dot the red sandstone cliffs of Xumishan, a Buddhist enclave along one of the main stretches of the Silk Road.
Sonargaon, Bangladesh

Sonargaon-Panam City

As the capital of the fifteenth-century Bengal ruler Isa Khan, and once an important trading and political center, Sonargaon boasts architecture of the Sultanate, Mughal, and colonial periods.
Guba Region, Azerbaijan

Khinalyg Village

Located at an elevation of 2,300 meters in the Caucasus Mountains, the village of Khinalyg is known for its garadams, or traditionally built houses.
Gyumri, Armenia

Kumayri District, Alexandrapol

Located in the center of the city of Gyumri—formerly Alexandrapol—in northwest Armenia, the Kumayri District lies at the heart of a city that was first settled in the fifth century BC.
Constantine, Algeria


The Imeghdassen, 25 kilometers north of Batna in northeastern Algeria, is a massive conical structure set on top of a 20-meter-high drum that is nearly 60 meters in diameter.
Kabul, Afghanistan

Tepe Narenj

Tepe Narenj is a Buddhist monastery founded in the fifth or sixth centuries in the Zanburak Mountains south of Kabul.
Bamiyan, Afghanistan

Buddhist Remains of Bamiyan

The world watched in horror as the Taliban destroyed the famous colossal Buddhas of Bamiyan, hewn from living rock and hailed as extraordinary examples of Gandharan sculpture.
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Oaxaca, Mexico

Monte Albán Archaeological Site

The ancient Zapotec metropolis of Monte Albán was founded in the 6th century BC on a flattened mountain overlooking the city of Oaxaca.
Macusani, Peru
Macusani and Corani, Peru

Macusani-Corani Rock Art

Between the years 2000 and 2007, more than 100 sites containing ancient pictographs painted on volcanic rock were discovered in the Macusani and Corani districts of Puno, Peru.