Join us for a virtual event exploring the significance of Bears Ears, a 2020 World Monuments Watch site home to at-risk sites of immense meaning to many modern Indigenous peoples.
Join us on Tuesday, December 14 to celebrate the 2021 World Monuments Fund/Knoll Modernism Prize laureate!
On December 9, uncover the hidden secrets of the Ancient World with a tour of the legendary Babylon.
Plunge into the depths of the earth in Cantabria to explore the cave of La Garma, where an extraordinarily well-preserved collection of rock art and archaeological remains serves as evidence of human activity spanning over 300,000 years.
Join us on September 30 for an online discussion exploring how WMF’s project in Bukhara, launched in 2020 with the International Institute for Central Asian Studies (IICAS), can safeguard the city's traditional houses through the use of new digital technologies, community engagement, and knowledge exchange.
Climb to the top of one of Granada’s most well-known hills, where the characteristic intricate designs and rich ornamentation of the iconic Alhambra palace will take your breath away.
The future conservation and rehabilitation of Takiyyat Ibrahim al-Gulshani, Egypt, an extraordinary early 16th century Sufi architectural complex, will be the subject for exploring conservation theory and practice in an upcoming public two-day symposium.
On August 26, explore the private retreat of the Qing Dynasty’s fourth emperor, located in the heart of the legendary Forbidden City in Beijing, China.
Discover the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Bears Ears National Park and learn about the ongoing battle to protect the sacred sites of Native Americans within.
On Thursday, July 15 at 12 pm (EDT) join WMF Principal Project Director Stephen Battle for an online conversation on World Monuments Fund’s (WMF) project to preserve traditional settlementson the Benin side of Koutammakou, a 2020 World Monuments Watch site, and carry out physical conservation work alongside local artisans.