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A Landmark Decision: Penn Station, Grand Central, and the architectural heritage of NYC
A Landmark Decision: Penn Station, Grand Central, and the architectural heritage of NYC

This stunning building was replaced with a hated underground station—now New York protects its landmarks.

Seneca Village: the lost history of African Americans in New York
Seneca Village: the lost history of African Americans in New York

The long forgotten residents of Seneca Village were evicted to make way for Central Park.

Cultural heritage at risk: Peru
Cultural heritage at risk: Peru

Peru was a cradle of civilization, but even now their cultural heritage is under constant threat.

Cultural heritage at risk: United States
Cultural heritage at risk: United States

Vast federal lands, private ownership, and a hungry art market make heritage protection a challenge.

What the bulldozers left behind: reclaiming Sicán’s past
What the bulldozers left behind: reclaiming Sicán’s past

Grave robbing destroyed much of the archaeological context in Sicán—can what remains unlock the past?

Mesa Verde and the preservation of Ancestral Puebloan heritage
Mesa Verde and the preservation of Ancestral Puebloan heritage

Archaeological sites are under constant threat from human and natural forces.

Unearthing the Aztec past, the destruction of the Templo Mayor
Unearthing the Aztec past, the destruction of the Templo Mayor

The Spanish destroyed the main Aztec temple: an expression of spiritual and political conquest.

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