England's cathedrals are among the country's chief architectural glories, but all face preservation challenges.
Presented by the The Wellesley College Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program, this lecture concentrates on the innovative architecture and ceremonial of Henry VIII’s early reign.
Delhi: A Living Heritage showcases the abundance and the inter-related nature of Delhi’s heritage.
Each year, the World Monuments Fund presents the Hadrian Award to an international leader whose patronage has advanced the understanding, appreciation, and preservation of the world’s art and architecture .
Chautauqua Institution and World Monuments Fund invite friends to a FREE event at Governors Island on Saturday, October 2, 1-5pm.
BBC News' seven-part Heritage Heroes series tells the story of how, in the midst of the rush to modernize and expand our urban landscape, individuals, neighborhoods, and organizations have managed to salvage a part of our endangered built inheritance.
The Historic Center of Lima: Cultural Heritage at Risk presents the architectural treasures of Peru’s capital city, a 2008 Watch site, and demonstrates its importance both today and when it was a Spanish colonial city of great wealth.
Dumbarton Oaks, Garden and Landscape Studies, invites you to a public lecture, presented by Ratish Nanda, Projects Director, Aga Khan Trust for Culture.
Queen Sofia Spanish Institute and World Monuments Fund invite you to a lecture by Ronald Street, Supervisor of 3-Dimensional Imaging, Prototypes and Molding Studio, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WMF has teamed up with the regional Spanish government of Castilla y León and the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute in New York for an exhibition on the famous Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage route.