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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
Ōzu, Ehime Prefecture, Shikoku, Japan

Sanro-Den of Sukunahikona Shrine

Collaboration between community members and heritage professionals resulted in the successful restoration of Sanro-Den of Sukunahikona.
Completed Project
Oaxaca, Mexico

San Juan Bautista de Coixtlahuaca

San Juan Bautista de Coixtlahuaca Convent was built by the Dominicans between 1545 and 1596 in the highly-ornate Plateresque style, whose name derives from the Spanish word for silver (plata).
Completed Project
Ankara, Turkey

Temple of Augustus and Rome

Further conservation work is needed at the Temple of Augustus and Rome, which contains the two most complete inscriptions of the Deeds of the Divine Augustus in the world.
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.
Active Project
Kesennuma, Miyagi, Japan

Kesennuma Historic Cityscape

Kesennuma’s historic significance began in the twelfth century and much of its prosperity was tied to being a gold-mining town toward the eastern end of Japan’s Golden Trail.
Completed Project
Sawara, Japan

Machiya in Sawara

Sawara features 92 historic machiya from the Edo period (1603-1868).
Active Project
Various Locations

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.
Completed Project
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.
Completed Project
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.
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
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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