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Main façade and entrance of Debre Tsion Church, 2019.
Active Project
Tigray, Ethiopia

The Church of Debre Tsion (Abuna Abreham)

One of the most important rock-hewn churches in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia, Debre Tsion suffers from water infiltration that threatens the fourteenth and fifteenth-century wall paintings that decorate the interior.
Aerial view of Central Aguirre Historic District towards the south, 2017.
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Aguirre, Puerto Rico, United States

Central Aguirre Historic District

A training program in wood construction will pave the way for disaster recovery while opening new employment opportunities.
Aba Jifar, 2018
Active Project
Jimma, Ethiopia

Aba Jifar Palace

Although Aba Jifar Palace is a highly important structure in Oromia, and a protected historic monument in Ethiopia, its condition is a cause of serious concern.
Active Project
Azraq, Jordan

Qusayr 'Amra

Conservation interventions, site management improvements and training opportunities were part of an award-winning project that protected Quasyr ‘Amra and its surrounding complex.
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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.
Dublin, Ireland

20 Dominick Street

Twenty Dominick Street, onetime residence of 18th-century master stucco craftsman Robert West, is located on the north side of Dublin.
New York, United States

Saint David's School

Saint David's School is an elementary school for boys located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, in New York.
Kulima, Patan, Nepal

Kulima Narayan Temple

The sacred Kulima Narayan pagoda temple in Kathmandu was built in the 18th century.
Tartu, Estonia

Saint John's of Tartu Complex

St. John's Church, known locally as Jaani kirik, is located in Tartu, Estonia's second-largest city, and dates from the fourteenth century.
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Sarandë, Albania

Butrint Archaeological Site

Archaeological evidence indicates that Corfiot traders founded Butrint in the eighth century BC.

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