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Leh, India

Leh Old Town/Leh Palace

In the early fifteenth century, Dragpa Bumdey, King of Ladakh, built the first fortifications in Leh as well as a small royal residence along a mountain ridge high above the town.
Front facade and portico, August 2000
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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.
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Jaisalmer, India

Jaisalmer Fort

Built in 1156 by King Rawal Jaisal, Jaisalmer Fort dominates the countryside in the far northwestern corner of Rajasthan, near the border of India and Pakistan.
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Kolkata, India

Dalhousie Square

The former Dalhousie Square, now known as Benoy-Badal-Dinesh Bagh, is an oasis at the heart of modern Kolkata, formerly Calcutta, in eastern India.
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Leh, India

Basgo Gompa (Maitreya Temples)

The mud-brick fortress of Basgo Gompa is perched high in the hills of Ladakh, between the Himalaya and Karakoram mountain ranges in northern India.
Interior during conservation, 2014
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Budapest, Hungary

Royal Garden Pavilions

The Royal Garden Pavilion was designed by Miklós Ybi, an important nineteenth-century Hungarian architect, and built on the embankment of the Danube River at the foot of Castle Hill.
Building E-IX, north facade, July 2014
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Petén Department, Guatemala


Conservation work and the development of a site management plan brought the local community together for the preservation of the archaeological remains at Uaxactun.
View of site, October 25, 2013
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Near Guatemala City, Guatemala


The archaeological park of Kaminaljuyu is located in Guatemala's highland central valley, in close proximity to the ever-expanding urban development of Guatemala City.
Facade, April 2010
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Antigua, Guatemala

Capitanes Generales Palace

In the Panchoy valley, surrounded by the Agua, Fuego, and Acatenago volcanoes, the city of Antigua was founded in 1543.
Building B-18 post-conservation, before the installation of the cover, September 2010
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El Petén, Guatemala


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.
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Usumacinta River Valley, Guatemala

Usumacinta River Cultural Landscape

Today, the Usumacinta River defines the border between Guatemala and the Mexican state of Chiapas, but in antiquity its waters lay between the rival Maya cities of Piedras Negras and Yaxchilán.