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Building E-IX, north facade, July 2014
Completed Project
Petén Department, Guatemala


Conservation work and the development of a site management plan brought the local community together for the preservation of the archaeological remains at Uaxactun.
Exterior view of Wa Naa Yiri Palace during restoration project., February 3, 2010
Completed Project
Wa, Ghana

Wa Naa's Palace

Wa Naa's Palace, home to the king of the Wala people, the major local population of Wa region, is located in the heart of Wa Town and is a major cultural attraction.
Priority Project
Lalibela, Ethiopia

Rock-Hewn Churches

In the 1960s, one of the first projects undertaken by WMF was at Lalibela.
February 2008
Completed Project
Cairo, Egypt

Tarabay Al-Sharify

The monumental complex of Tarabay al-Sharify stands at the southern end of Al-Azhar Park.
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.
Gallery roof conservation project, April 2009
Active Project
Angkor Archaeological Park, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Churning of the Sea of Milk Gallery Conservation Project

The Churning of the Sea of Milk Gallery displays a spectacular 49 meters of intricately sculpted bas-reliefs that are part of a larger ensemble of many battle scenes from across the region.
North courtyard, after conservation, 2012
Active Project
Angkor, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia

Ta Som Temple

The Khmer temple of Ta Som, located at the eastern end of the Northern Baray at Angkor, was built at the end of the twelfth century during the reign of the powerful Buddhist King Jayavarman VII.
Priority Project
Siem Reap, Cambodia

Phnom Bakheng

Phnom Bakheng, the state temple of the first Khmer capital at Angkor, is one of the world’s greatest architectural treasures.
Jendouba, Tunisia

Bulla Regia

Bulla Regia is a significant archaeological site in the northwestern part of Tunisia.