'Beauty available to all': groundbreaking US buildings added to Unesco list

A group of eight projects by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright are now included on the list of 1,000 heritage sites around the world

A villa in Los Angeles and a church near Chicago have been granted the same level of cultural recognition as the pyramids of Giza and the Great Barrier Reef, and have been declared Unesco World Heritage sites.

They are part of a group of eight projects by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright to be added to the list of 1,000 heritage sites around the world. The Wright structures are the only US modern architecture on the prestigious list.

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