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Tenyu-ji Temple, Japan

Kannon-do Hall at Tenyu-ji Temple

Kannon-do Hall, constructed in 1766 during the mid-Edo period, is the oldest remaining structure at Tenyu-ji Temple.
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Lunenburg, Canada

St. John's Anglican Church

The second oldest Protestant church in Canada, St. John's was built in 1753 to serve as a meeting house for its local community in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
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Čapljina municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Village of Počitelj

Počitelj, once a feudal seat on the Neretva River, is dominated by a fortress that fell to the Ottoman advance in 1471.
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Northern Areas, Pakistan

Petroglyphs in the Diamer-Basha Dam Area

Meandering through gorges of the Indus River valley and across high mountain passes, ancient arteries of the fabled Silk Road cut through the Diamer District of Northern Pakistan.
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Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand

Canterbury Provincial Government Buildings

19th century colonial settlers to New Zealand constructed government buildings reminiscent of those in London, combining the English Gothic Revival style with local flourishes.
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Jacmel, Haiti

Jacmel Historic District

The conservation of a publicly-used historic house in Jacmel will help rebuild the community after a disastrous earthquake struck Haiti in 2010.
Priority Project
Babylon, Iraq

The Future of Babylon

WMF has been working with Iraq’s State Board of Antiquities and Heritage since 2008 to conserve Babylon’s fragile archaeological remains.
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.
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Thmar Puok, Cambodia

Banteay Chhmar Temple of Jayavarman Vii

Banteay Chhmar was commissioned by the twelfth-century Khmer ruler Jayavarman VII in honor of five heroes, including his son, who died defending the Khmer empire against the Champa kingdom.
This colorful 1910 Georges Baussan house was built for the founder of Haiti’s first Chamber of Commerce., February 2009
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Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Gingerbread Neighborhood

International collaboration focused on the recovery of the Gingerbread Neighborhood of Port-au-Prince after the devastating earthquake of January 2010.
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New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Greater Little Zion Baptist Church

The Greater Little Zion Baptist Church, located in the historic neighborhood of Holy Cross in New Orleans’ Ninth Ward, was founded in 1900.

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