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Venice, Italy

Biblioteca Marciana

Venice's Biblioteca Marciana stands as a symbol of the city's wealth and its long tradition of civic investment in intellectual and artistic pursuits.
County Tipperary, Ireland

Damer House

Built in the eighteenth-century for the wealthy Damer family, Damer House was constructed in the courtyard of the thirteenth-century Roscrea Castle.
Dublin, Ireland

20 Dominick Street

Twenty Dominick Street, onetime residence of 18th-century master stucco craftsman Robert West, is located on the north side of Dublin.
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Wörlitz, Germany

Oranienbaum Wörlitz

A royal estate near Dessau in Saxony-Anhalt, Oranienbaum Wörlitz was built for Princess Henriette Catharina von Nassau-Oranien and her husband, Johann Georg II von Anhalt-Dessau beginning in 1681.
Vilnius, Lithuania

Vilnius Choral Synagogue

The Choral Synagogue of Vilnius , built in 1903, is the only active synagogue remaining in this city that once boasted over 100.
Neuilly-en-Donjon, France

Sainte Marie-Madeleine

Sainte Marie-Madeleine was built in 1130, when Neuilly-en-Donjon was part of the diocese of Autun, which included much of what is now Burgundy.
Paris, France

American Cathedral in Paris

Constructed between 1881 and 1889, the American Cathedral in Paris was designed by George Edmond Street, a leading Gothic Revival architect.
Tišnov-Predklášterí, Czech Republic

Porta Coeli Monastery

Porta Coeli is a Cistercian monastery in Tišnov-Předklášteří, a small village near Brno in the Czech Republic.
Prague, Czech Republic

Troja Chateau

In 1679, Count Václav Vojtech of Šternberk commissioned a grand, rural mansion that now rests on the outskirts of Prague.
Nessebar, Bulgaria

Saint Stephen's Church

Positioned on a rocky peninsula jutting into the Black Sea, the ancient city of Nessebar was originally a Thracian settlement called Menebria.
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Nuestra Señora de la Merced Basilica

Construction of the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Merced in the center of Buenos Aires began in 1733 and was completed in 1779 by Andrés Bianchi.

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