There is something awe-inspiring about structures that stand the test of time, from the humblest barns to the grandest monuments. Whether withstanding the ravages of war, natural disasters, pollution or urbanization, these priceless sites of shared cultural heritage encourage us to think about what we’re leaving for future generations.
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San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church (A)
Adobe building built between 1772 and 1816 by the Franciscans.
San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church (B)
The church was completed in 1816 and has been photographed and painted by many artists including Ansel Adams & Georgia O'Keeffe.
San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church (c)
Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Medieval Barn from the 14th century. One of the largest medieval barns in England.
St Laurence Church was constructed in the early eighth century to the mid eleventh century. However, exact date of the Saxon building is not precisely known and is a debatable topic.
Thermal springs in "one of the greatest religious spas of the ancient world."