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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.
Active Project
Erbil, Iraq

Heritage Management Training

WMF has been working in Iraq since 2007 and is nearing completion of a site management and conservation plan for Babylon, one of the world’s most important archaeological sites.
Completed Project
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Stowe House

In 2013 two eighteenth-century lead lions were returned to their original location at the southern entrance to Stowe House, decades after they were sold at an auction in 1921.
Kathmandu, Nepal

Durbar Square

Durbar squares, a generic term for the plazas opposite royal palaces in Nepal, can be found throughout the country.
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
Seville, Spain

Convents of Seville

The dwindling monastic vocation poses a serious challenge to the future of Seville’s remaining cloistered convents.
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
Patan, Nepal

Patan Royal Palace Complex

The Patan Royal Palace Complex was constructed in the 17th century as part of the extensive building program of King Siddhinarasimha Malla, which was continued by his son Srinivasa.

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