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Around the World in 80 Treasures

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Dan Cruickshank reveals the world's most beautiful man-made things.

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Samurai sword; the Great Wall of China; the Empress of China's marble boat.
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Mostar Bridge in Bosnia; the Parthenon in Greece; Medici chapel in Italy; Alhambra Palace in Spain.
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The ruins of Machu Picchu; the Moai of Easter Island; "Christ the Redeemer" statue; gold treasures of the Moche people; gold spider necklace; Chan Chan.
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Cave paintings; Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom; golden elephant.
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The Cave of Heavenly Maidens; giant Buddhas; the Taj Mahal; Temple of the Tooth.
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Djenne mosque; circumcision paintings by the Dogon tribe; city of Leptis Magna; Great Pyramid of Giza.
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Caves at Goreme; Hagia Sofia; Moscow Metro; Solovki Monastery; Peter the Great's hut; salt mines in Poland; Bauhaus chair in Dessau.
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Dan's in search of the Arc of the Covenant, a journey which takes him from Jordan to the Holy Land and finally to Ethiopia.
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The giants warriors of Tula; Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello; the Statue of Liberty; Colt handgun; the tomb of King Pacal.
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The Trading Domes of Uzbekistan; Fire Temple of Azerbaijan; Bisitun carvings; city of Persepolis.

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