Established in 1992, WMF Spain serves as a local representative for WMF, assisting with project management and outreach.
Juan Carlos Fierro
President, World Monuments Fund Spain
Pablo F. Longoria
Representative in Spain
Garcia De Paredes, 94-3°A
Madrid, 28010, Spain
Our Local Projects
The rock art in La Garma and the surrounding caves make up one of the best archaeological sequences in Europe, with evidence of human activity spanning over 300,000 years, up until the Middle Ages.
One of Antoni Gaudí’s early works, the Güell Pavilions are not widely known because they have been mostly inaccessible to the public throughout their history.
The Alhambra was begun in the mid-thirteenth-century under Muhammad ibn al Ahmar, Emir of Granada, to serve as the palace and fortress complex of the Moorish Nasrid dynasty.
Abd-el-Rahman III commissioned the Medina Al-Zahra after elevating himself to Caliph of Córdob and to secure his supremacy in Al-Andalus in the middle of the tenth century.
Located in northwestern Spain, the sixteenth-century Monastery-Hospital of San Marcos in León is one of the most important monuments of the Spanish Renaissance.
The Monastery of Santa Paula in Seville was established in 1473 by Doña Ana de Santillana for nuns of the cloistered Order of Saint Jerome (also known as Hieronymites).
The dwindling monastic vocation poses a serious challenge to the future of Seville’s remaining cloistered convents.