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Tbilisi Synagogue
Completed Project
Tbilisi Synagogue

Tbilisi Synagogue

Since 1903, Tbilisi Synagogue has been a landmark of Jewish culture in Georgia.
Detailed carving
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near Mosul, Iraq

Nineveh and Nimrud Palaces

The Iraq Cultural Heritage Conservation Initiative was formed to protect Iraqi historic monuments like the ancient palaces of Nineveh and Nimrud from damages related to war.
Members of the Buddhist community at Tseto Goenpa, 2016
Active Project
TSETO GOENPA, LAMGONG GEWOG, PARO DISTRICT, BHUTAN

Tseto Goenpa

Tseto Goenpa lies at the top of a mountain that has three stretching ridges and resembles the vajra - a mythological three-pronged dagger and a Buddhist symbol of indestructibility.
Completed Project
Tbilisi, Georgia

Tbilisi Historic District

Located at a crossroads of Europe and Asia on the famous Silk Road, Tbilisi faced repeated invasions since its founding in the fifth century as rival powers have sought to control its strategic position.
Completed Project
Puebla, Mexico

Palafoxiana Library

The Palafoxiana Library dates to 1646 when a personal collection of approximately 5,000 volumes was contributed to the Colegio de San Juan y San Pedro by Bishop Juan de Palafox y Mendoza.
Completed Project
Quito, Ecuador

Bolivar Theater

Quito’s most opulent historic theater was reopened as the result of the conservation efforts that followed a disastrous fire.
Completed Project
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.
Completed Project
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.
Completed Project
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.
Active Project
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.
Completed Project
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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