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National Historic Trust's List of 11 Most Endangered Places focuses on urban preservation

Civic gems, urban landmarks, and natural wonders under threat across the country Historic preservation is evolving. As Stephanie Meeks, the president and CEO of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, told Curbed last week, in addition to making sure the important architecture and public spaces that form the backbone of our towns, cities, and neighborhoods, remains intact for future generations, preservationists are also focusing more on protecting our diverse cultural heritage and helping revitalize our cities.
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