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Campeche, Mexico

Conference on the Preservation of American Fortifications

After several years of research and communication with colleagues in the field, a conference was organized in March 2004 to address mounting concerns about the needs of these historic sites to ensure their preservation.
Glasgow, United Kingdom

Ingram Street Tearooms

The Ingram Street Tea Rooms were some of the first dining establishments created by Catherine Cranston at the end of the nineteenth century in Glasgow.
Ménerbes, France

Hôtel D’astier (Hospice)

For more than 300 years the Hôtel d'Astier de Montfaucon has served a variety of civic functions in the city of Ménerbes.
Venice, Italy

Royal Palace of Venice (Correr Museum)

The Royal Palace of Venice, known today as the Museo Correr, stands as a reminder of Venice’s long history as an independent state and as a territorial possession of France and Austria.
Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Padang Heritage Sites

Since the sixteenth century, West Sumatra and particularly its capital, Padang, has been a major trade center, serving as hub for the pepper, gold, coffee, salt, and textile industries.
Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

Moggerhanger House

Sir John Soane (1753-1837) is one of the most original neoclassical architects, ranked alongside Nicholas Hawsmoor and Alexander “Greek” Thomson.