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Digor, Kars, Turkey

Cathedral of Mren

Documentation and a conditions analysis kicked off an initiative to preserve the 2,500-year-old Cathedral of Mren.
Completed Project
Yangon, Myanmar

Yangon Historic City Center

An international conference helped secure a place for heritage in the urban development policies of Yangon.
Active Project
Hong Kong (SAR), China

Pokfulam Village

Pokfulam is characterized by narrow lanes and alleys twisting through the village, around small traditional buildings and newer structures.
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Shikarpoor Municipality, Pakistan

Shikarpoor Historic City Center

Shikarpoor was founded in 1617 as a walled city and, due to its strategic location, became a main stop on the trade route between Central Asia and India in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Completed Project
London, United Kingdom

Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station and its chimneys have been an iconic part of the London skyline since the time of their construction.
Siem Reap, Cambodia

Angkor Archaeological Park

Angkor was once the seat of the Khmer Empire, which ruled a large portion of Southeast Asia between the ninth and fifteenth centuries AD.
Completed Project
Kathmandu, Nepal

Itum Baha Monastery

Kathmandu Valley, a fertile bowl nestled among peaks of the Himalayan mountain range, has been a base of religious activity for centuries.
Active Project
Iaşi, Romania

Great Synagogue of Iaşi

The Great Synagogue is the oldest extant synagogue in Romania and is one of two surviving synagogues in a city that once housed over 100 Jewish houses of worship.
Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, India

Sites in Orchha

In 2011, World Monuments Fund began working with the Madhya Pradesh government to realize a project that would document and conserve a selection of sites across the state.
Completed Project
Herat, Afghanistan

Old City of Herat

The Old City of Herat in Western Afghanistan has a long history of rebuilding and restoration, The city was destroyed twice by the Mongols.
Completed Project
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires Historic Center

The first permanent European settlement on the site of modern-day Buenos Aires was founded in 1580 by Spanish conquistador Juan de Garay.

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