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Monks preparing votive offerings, July 2010
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Drametse, Mongar District, Bhutan

Drametse Lhakhang

Drametse Lhakhang, a sixteenth-century monastery straddling a steep and narrow mountain ridge in the verdant slopes of the eastern Himalayas, today houses a community of 80 monks.
View of courtyard from the north, July 2010
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Trashigang, Trashigang District, Bhutan

Trashigang Dzong

Since the mid-seventeenth century, in eastern Bhutan at the confluence of the Gamri and Drangme rivers, Trashigang Dzong has served as a regional administrative and religious center.
The Brussels Palace of Justice seen from the rear, 2015
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Brussels, Belgium

Brussels Palace of Justice

The Brussels Palace of Justice is a victim of its enormous size that long caused it to be seen as a folly and needs a guarantee of its future and a ground-up rehabilitation.
View from distance, September 1995
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Ani-Pemza, Armenia

Basilica of Ererouk

The Basilica of Ererouk, which occupies a sparsely settled site near the Turkish-Armenian border, was once one of the region's largest and most important churches located within ten kilometers.
Completed Project
Several towns, Argentina

Jesuit Guaraní Missions

Several capacity building workshops and conservation projects have protected the historic fabric of South America’s Jesuit Guaraní missions and established them as a cohesive group.
A general view of the site of SpaÁ Prison shows that much of the complex has been demolished, 2013
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Spaç, Albania

Spaç Prison

Spaç Prison, the notorious labor camp, is in an extremely advanced state of deterioration, and deserves to be transformed into a modern place of remembrance.
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near Shannan, Tibet Autonomous Region, China

Namseling Manor

Namseling Manor is among the rarest and most revealing examples of Tibetan vernacular architecture.
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Tarquinia, Lazio, Italy

Etruscan Painted Tombs of Tarquinia

Birds wheeling above a fishing boat, mounted horsemen, and competing athletes are among the painted scenes covering the walls and ceilings in some 200 Etruscan tombs.
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Filobobos, near Tlapacoyan, Mexico

Vega de la Peña Archaeological Site

Evidence of a significant ancient urban settlement at Vega de la Peña was first revealed by archaeologists in 1926, though little remained known about the site until the early 1990s.
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Indus River Delta, Sindh, Pakistan

Tamba Wari

The meandering course of the Indus River in Pakistan brought an end to the life of a richly populated area that centuries ago thrived on maritime trade.
Completed Project
Prague, Czech Republic

European Monuments Forum

In May, 1991, amid national and international discussions about the future of preservation activities in Eastern Europe, WMF organized the European Monuments Forum in Prague.