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Modernism At Risk

Our Modernism at Risk initiative, launched in 2006 with the support of founding sponsor Knoll, addresses the challenges that face modern architecture.
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New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Lafayette Cemetery No. 1

One of New Orleans’s oldest surviving cemeteries, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 was placed on the Watch in 1996 because of its advanced state of deterioration.
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Trinidad, Paraguay

La Santísima Trinidad de Paraná

La Santísima Trinidad was one of the 30 missions established by the Jesuits in the region in the 17th and 18th centuries in what is now Paraguay, Brazil, and Argentina.
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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.
Completed Project
Lesvos, Greece

Churches of Lesvos

The island of Lesvos contains a large number of historic churches, many with fine religious iconography.
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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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Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil

Historic Center of Salvador de Bahia

Several creative initiatives launched in Salvador de Bahia created momentum for the preservation of the city’s cultural heritage.
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.
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near Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana

Asante Traditional Buildings

At its zenith in the eighteenth century, the Asante Kingdom was one of the richest and most powerful states on the African continent.
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Senafe, Debub, Eritrea

Kidane-Mehret Church

The Church of Kindane-Mehret is a rare representation of Eritrean religious architecture dating to the Axumite Empire (AD 100-700).
Completed Project
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Khami National Monument

Khami, a settlement founded in the mid-15th century, became the capital city of Great Zimbabwe in the mid-16th century and thus became the center of the kingdom's political and economic power.
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Gondar, Ethiopia

Mentewab-Qwesqwam Palace

The buildings at this archaeological site date to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries when the court of Gondar was the capital of Ethiopia.

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