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Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand

Ayutthaya and Other Flooded Sites

Ayutthaya, located in the rich agricultural flat lands in central Thailand, was the capital of Siam from 1350 to 1761.
Filling in the gaps of the mosiac, July 2010
Completed Project
Azaz, Syria

Cyrrhus (Nebi Houri)

The ancient site of Cyrrhus is located 70 kilometers northeast of Aleppo.
Completed Project
Galle, Sri Lanka

Historic Galle

Seized by the Portuguese from the Sinhala kings in 1587, the historic city of Galle was the most important port in Sri Lanka for centuries.
The Royal Palace in the Kathmandu Durbar Square, with the collapsed upper stories of the eighteenth-century Basantapur Towe, 2015
The Watch
Nepal

Cultural Heritage Sites of Nepal

In the aftermath of a major natural disaster, the reconstruction of Nepal’s heritage will help local communities overcome the devastation that they faced.
April 2005
Completed Project
Ambohimanga Rova, Antananarivo Province, Madagascar

Royal Hill of Ambohimanga

First occupied in the fifteenth century, the Royal Hill of Ambohimanga has long been one of the most important spiritual and historic sites for the Malagasy people.
Kannon-do Hall of Tenyu-ji Temple (Edo Period, 1766); Ogatsu Town; Ishinomaki City; Miyagi Prefecture; Japan., May 2013
Completed Project
Tōhoku and Kantō Regions, Japan

East Japan Earthquake Heritage Sites

When an earthquake struck East Japan in March 2011, the rebuilding of heritage structures became a major part of the recovery process for local communities.
The current dangerous route of the cruises through the historic center, 2nd September 2009
Completed Project
Venice, Veneto, Italy

Venice

A sustainable system for tourism management in Venice would safeguard the city’s historic treasures.
The house, approximately 350 years old, restored by the Lingga village intiative, is the house of the former raja’s family. Lingga village now has a population of approximately 700 families, mostly farmers, who sell their produce, including cabbages, carrots and oranges, in Kabanjahe and Berastagi. There are two elementary schools (TK); for higher education students go to Kabanjahe and later, if possible, to Bandung, Java.  The village has only nine traditional houses left standing; nineteen have been lost in the past twenty years., 8 September 2008
Active Project
Karo Regency, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia

Desa Lingga

The village of Desa Lingga is emblematic of the challenges of maintaining local culture and vernacular practices in a rapidly changing world.
Completed Project
Terezin, Czech Republic

Terezin Fortress

Terezin Fortress, a vast military complex with a perimeter of over 12 miles (20 kilometers), guards the confluence of the Elbe and Eger rivers in the northwest Czech Republic.
Monks preparing votive offerings, July 2010
Active Project
Drametse, Mongar District, Bhutan

Drametse Lhakhang

Drametse Lhakhang, a sixteenth-century monastery straddling a steep and narrow mountain ridge in the verdant slopes of the eastern Himalayas, today houses a community of 80 monks.
View of courtyard from the north, July 2010
Active Project
Trashingang, Trashingang District, Bhutan

Trashigang Dzong

Since the mid-seventeenth century, in eastern Bhutan at the confluence of the Gamri and Drangme rivers, Trashigang Dzong has served as a regional administrative and religious center.

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