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Erbil, Iraq

Heritage Management Training

WMF has been working in Iraq since 2007 and is nearing completion of a site management and conservation plan for Babylon, one of the world’s most important archaeological sites.
Completed Project
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Stowe House

In 2013 two eighteenth-century lead lions were returned to their original location at the southern entrance to Stowe House, decades after they were sold at an auction in 1921.
Patan, Nepal

Sulima Temple

The 14th-century Sulima temple, the oldest shrine in the Kathmandu Valley, is a finely detailed remnant of a rich period of Hindu culture.
Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, India

Sites in Orchha

In 2011, World Monuments Fund began working with the Madhya Pradesh government to realize a project that would document and conserve a selection of sites across the state.
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.
Styria, Austria

Mausoleum of Duke Karl II, Seckau Abbey

Karl II, Archduke of Austria and ruler of Inner Austria (r. 1564-1590), chose Seckau Abbey as the final resting place for himself and his wife, Maria Anna von Bayern.
Completed Project
Ahmedabad, India

Dwarka Dheesh Mandir Temple

Dwarka Dheesh Mandir Temple is one of the oldest surviving haveli, or house-temple, complexes in Ahmedabad.
Active Project
Angkor Archaeological Park, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Preah Khan Temple

The Preah Khan temple complex situated at the northern edge of the Angkor Archaeological Park is one of the most significant buildings erected during the ancient Khmer empire.
Completed Project
Toro, Spain

Santa Maria la Mayor in Toro

The Collegiate Church of Santa Maria overlooks the narrow, jagged streets of the city as well as the winding Duero River and the fertile plans beyond.
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.
Reception House Interior, 2/3/2012
Priority Project
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States

George Nakashima House, Studio, and Workshop

Combining international styles and modern influences with Japanese craft traditions, George Nakashima's work was a significant force in the American craft movement of the mid-twentieth century.

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