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Liguria, Italy

Cinque Terre

Conservation work on Cinque Terre’s cultural landscape has been developing alongside advocacy for the site’s preservation.
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 waterway at the I'timad-ud-Daulah Tomb, 2018
Priority Project
Agra, India

The Mughal Gardens of Agra

One of the most important historic features of the city of Agra is the gardens that line the banks of the Yamuna River.
Active Project
Various Cities, India

Madhya Pradesh Cultural Heritage Project

Madhya Pradesh, the second largest state in India, is located in the center of the country and is filled with heritage sites of great cultural importance chronicling the history of the region.
Front facade and portico, August 2000
Active Project
Hyderabad, India

Osmania Women's College

Osmania Women’s College has a gripping history and an important modern function, but years of decline and faulty repair put its structural stability at risk.
Completed Project
Pécs, Hungary

Pécs Synagogue

The Synagogue of Pécs, consecrated in 1869, was an early structure built by the Jewish Neolog community, whose principles were articulated at the 1868 Hungarian Jewish Congress.
Completed Project
Milot, Haiti

Citadelle Henry

The Citadelle Henry in northern Haiti was constructed between 1806 and 1820, during the reign of Henry Christophe, a leader of the successful slave rebellion that led to independence from France.
Building B-18 post-conservation, before the installation of the cover, September 2010
Completed Project
El Petén, Guatemala

Naranjo

Naranjo, the second largest Maya city in Guatemala after Tikal, developed between 500 BC and AD 950, although the main period of construction took place during the Late Classic period.
Priority Project
Lalibela, Ethiopia

Rock-Hewn Churches

In the 1960s, one of the first projects undertaken by WMF was at Lalibela.
Completed Project
Lednice and Valtice, Czech Republic

Lednice and Valtice Cultural Landscape

Over the centuries, the rural countryside between the southern Moravian towns of Lednice and Valtice had been a landscape divided by shifting national borders, scarred by conflicts.
Priority Project
Beijing, China

Qianlong Garden Conservation Project

The Qianlong Garden was built by the fourth emperor of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) to serve as a part of his retirement complex for use following his 60-year reign.

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