Established in 2014, WMF Peru serves as a local representative for WMF, assisting with project management and outreach.
Juan Carlos Verme Giannoni
Interim Chair/President, World Monuments Fund Peru
Martha Zegarra Portella
- Fernando Berckemeyer Olaechea
- Roberto Dañino Zapata
- Juan Pablo de la Puente Brunke
- Xavier de Romaña Benson
- Elizabeth Dulanto de Miro Quesada
- Petrus Fernandini Bohlin
- Claudia Ganoza de Barnechea
- Marcela Ganoza Temple
- Manuel Ugarte Maggiolo
Av. Grau 629 int. Y
Barranco, Lima 04, Perú
+ (511) 477-1063
Our Local Projects
Cañete Valley, Peru
A monumental archaeological site seeks sustainable development solutions as it contends with looting and encroachment.
Casma, Ancash, Peru
Conservation work and updated visitor amenities are essential for the proper management of Cerro Sechín, an ancient Andean civilization.
San Rafael District, Peru
Chankillo was built as a fortified temple complex over 2,300 years ago in the coastal desert of Peru, near the Casma-Sechín river basin.
The churches of the Colca Valley were built in the seventeenth century and have not been modified much since.
A region originally settled by pre-Inca cultures, the historic center of Cajamarca is remarkable for its well-preserved Baroque architecture constructed of volcanic stone and characterized by ornate façades.
Located in the Lambayeque Region in the District of Túcume, Peru
Túcume Archaeological Site is located on Peru’s arid north coast and stretches across 220 hectares.