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Krakow, Poland

Tempel Synagogue

Of the several Jewish synagogues that existed in the Kazimierz Jewish district in historic Krakow, Tempel synagogue survived World War II due to its re-use as a stable during the German occupation.
Priority Project
Rímac, Lima, Peru

Quinta de Presa

Quinta de Presa is a unique eighteenth-century suburban villa located on the outskirts of downtown Lima, north of the Rímac River.
Completed Project
Lima, Peru

Lima Historic Center

Founded by Francisco Pizarro in 1535 as "the City of Kings," Lima was laid out according to the standard Spanish colony grid plan that was superimposed on a crossing point of pre-existing Inca roads.
Hotel Washington, 2010
Completed Project
Colón, Panama

Historic Center of Colón

Colón, originally a low-lying coral island, lies at the Caribbean entrance to the Panama Canal.
Chapultepec Park is a large oasis of forest land surrounded by Mexico City's urban center, 2011
Completed Project
Mexico City, Mexico

Chapultepec Park

Chapultepec Park is an oasis that offers opportunities for leisure activities for residents and tourists alike, but planning and vision are needed for the Park to continue to be enjoyed by the public.
Interior, November 2010
Active Project
Kyoto, Japan

Machiya Townhouses

The machiya of Kyoto are traditional townhouses dating from the Edo period (1603–1867).
The current dangerous route of the cruises through the historic center, 2nd September 2009
Completed Project
Venice, Veneto, Italy

Venice

A sustainable system for tourism management in Venice would safeguard the city’s historic treasures.
The house, approximately 350 years old, restored by the Lingga village intiative, is the house of the former raja’s family. Lingga village now has a population of approximately 700 families, mostly farmers, who sell their produce, including cabbages, carrots and oranges, in Kabanjahe and Berastagi. There are two elementary schools (TK); for higher education students go to Kabanjahe and later, if possible, to Bandung, Java.  The village has only nine traditional houses left standing; nineteen have been lost in the past twenty years., 8 September 2008
Active Project
Karo Regency, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia

Desa Lingga

The village of Desa Lingga is emblematic of the challenges of maintaining local culture and vernacular practices in a rapidly changing world.
Priority Project
Lalibela, Ethiopia

Rock-Hewn Churches

In the 1960s, one of the first projects undertaken by WMF was at Lalibela.
Despite a good legibility of its architecture (hardly transformed), the Khan (or craft school) presents heavy structural pathologies due to successive  differential settlements of the structure resulting from the variation of the ground water and deficiencies of the drainage which have affected a lot all limestone foundations., 23/24 January 2009
Completed Project
Luxor, West Bank, Egypt

New Gourna Village

New Gourna Village is a testament to how the relationship between heritage and society is often fraught with multiple meanings and conflicting values.
Completed Project
Lednice and Valtice, Czech Republic

Lednice and Valtice Cultural Landscape

Over the centuries, the rural countryside between the southern Moravian towns of Lednice and Valtice had been a landscape divided by shifting national borders, scarred by conflicts.
Interior, May 2002
Completed Project
Boskovice, Czech Republic

Boskovice Synagogue

In the mid-1600s Boskovice was a market town just beginning to thrive again after the damage of the Thirty Years War.

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