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Balkh, Afghanistan

Haji Piyada Mosque (Noh Gumbad)

The Haji Piyada Mosque was built in the second half of the ninth century, only two centuries after the establishment of Islam and immediately following its arrival in Central Asia.
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Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil

Historic Center of Salvador de Bahia

Several creative initiatives launched in Salvador de Bahia created momentum for the preservation of the city’s cultural heritage.
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Gondar, Ethiopia

Mentewab-Qwesqwam Palace

The buildings at this archaeological site date to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries when the court of Gondar was the capital of Ethiopia.
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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.
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Barcelona, Spain

Güell Pavilions and Garden

One of Antoni Gaudí’s early works, the Güell Pavilions are not widely known because they have been mostly inaccessible to the public throughout their history.
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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.
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.
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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.
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.
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.

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