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January 15, 2012

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A Diary of Work at Ani: Part III

Posted by Bora Sayin (Solvo-Tek)
World Monuments Fund

In August 2011, the Istanbul-based documentation company Solvo-Tek, lead by Mr. Bora Sayin, completed phase 1 of work at the Church of the Savior. Work included documenting the structure and its site using digital photography, terrestrial laser scanning, GPS survey, and digital HDR panoramic photography.

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January 14, 2012

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A Diary of Work at Ani: Part II

Posted by Bora Sayin (Solvo-Tek)
World Monuments Fund

In August 2011, the Istanbul-based documentation company Solvo-Tek, lead by Mr. Bora Sayin, completed phase 1 of work at the Church of the Savior. Work included documenting the structure and its site using digital photography, terrestrial laser scanning, GPS survey, and digital HDR panoramic photography.

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January 13, 2012

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A Diary of Work at Ani: Part I

Posted by Bora Sayin (Solvo-Tek)
World Monuments Fund

In August 2011, the Istanbul-based documentation company Solvo-Tek, lead by Mr. Bora Sayin, completed phase 1 of work at the Church of the Savior. Work included documenting the structure and its site using digital photography, terrestrial laser scanning, GPS survey, and digital HDR panoramic photography.

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January 11, 2012

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My Unforgettable Trip to Siem Reap!

Posted by Elizabeth Dengenis
World Monuments Fund

Elizabeth Dengenis, a student, visited Angkor while on a gap year from university.

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January 10, 2012

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Miss Lassie's Mind's Eye

Posted by Henry Muttoo, Artistic Director of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation
World Monuments Fund
Henry Muttoo with local artist and a window reproduction. Original windows will be placed inside the house for protection..

Miss Lassie’s House / Mind’s Eye is one of the Cayman Islands’ most historic cultural structures and the most unique of all traditional Caymanian homes. Built by Miss Lassie’s father with community assistance, construction began in 1879 and was completed in 1881.

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