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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.
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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.
Completed Project
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
Completed Project
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.
Completed Project
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.
Last remaining log cabin at Fort Apache, conservation completed in 1996. It currently houses the tribe's Enterprise Division and Office of Tourism., January 1999
Completed Project
Apache Tribal Lands, United States

Fort Apache

The 7,500-acre Fort Apache Reservation served as operations base from which the US Army carried out assaults against renegade Apache bands in an effort to settle the West.
View of damaged seats, February 2010
Completed Project
Miami, Florida, United States

Miami Marine Stadium

Commodore Ralph Middleton Munroe Miami Marine Stadium was the first purpose-built venue for powerboat racing in the United States.
Completed Project
New York, New York, United States

Historic Lower Manhattan

In 1625, Dutch settlers founded New Amsterdam on a stretch of land that would eventually grow into one of the world's most famous and populous cities.
Completed Project
Mississippi and Louisiana, United States

Gulf Coast and New Orleans

Beyond cuisine and music, New Orleans is known for its unique built environment of Franco-Creole.
Completed Project
San Francisco, California, United States

Golden Gate Park Conservatory of Flowers

The Conservatory of Flowers is the oldest surviving structure in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, and one of only a few large Victorian greenhouses in the United States.
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Ayutthaya, Thailand

Wat Chaiwatthanaram

Wat Chaiwatthanaram, an outstanding structure designed in the Khmer style, was laid out to represent a cosmological chart of the Buddhist universe.

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