The World Monuments Fund has announced its 2012 Watch List, the organization’s biennial roster of historic sites endangered by natural disasters, inadequate funding, tourism, and development. Since its launch in 1996, the list has featured 688 sites in 132 countries. This year, the fund flagged 67 flailing structures, districts, and cities, including a ruined cathedral in Coventry, England, a Turkish train station, and a colony of floating fishermen’s villages in Vietnam. Open the slide show on the left for a look at eight of the most stunning—and imperiled—spots on the list.