Travelers participated in a cultural journey through the stunning landscape, local communities, and urban centers of Peru.
Join Fernanda M. Kellogg, Jack Shear, Brook and Roger Berlind, and James E Jordan, for a night like no other, as World Monuments Fund celebrates the accomplishments of financier Roberto Hernández Ramírez, and Andrew B Cogan and Knoll at the 2013 Hadrian Gala.
An overview of the sites on the 2014 World Monuments Watch, examining the challenges faced by these historic sites and exploring common themes and possible solutions.
Zamość Synagogue, one of the few surviving Renaissance synagogues in Poland, was in a state of serious disrepair when its conservation began in 2009.
Trip highlights included a look at the restoration and training project at Taos Pueblo with the WMF Program Director for the United States and the Taos Pueblo Preservation Director.
As two of the most spectacular historic buildings in the northeast of England, Auckland Castle and Hexham Abbey have attracted great artists over the centuries.
Join World Monuments Fund on June 11 for a gala in Paris in support of WMF's conservation projects in Europe.
Friends of WMF are invited to celebrate the start of summer with a private tour and garden reception at Manhattan’s oldest house, Morris-Jumel Mansion.