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Azraq, Jordan

Qusayr 'Amra

Conservation interventions, site management improvements and training opportunities were part of an award-winning project that protected Quasyr ‘Amra and its surrounding complex.
Siem Reap, Cambodia

Angkor Archaeological Park

Angkor was once the seat of the Khmer Empire, which ruled a large portion of Southeast Asia between the ninth and fifteenth centuries AD.
Nina Simone childhood home. Photo courtesy of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Active Project
Tryon, North Carolina

Nina Simone Childhood Home

WMF partners with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and others to ensure the global artistic and social impact of Nina Simone's legacy live on.
The Watch
Albenga, Liguria, Italy

Ruins on the River Centa

Albingaunum, the wealthy Roman city along the River Centa, was important because of its position as a gateway to the fertile plains of northern Italy, Gaul, and the Mediterranean.
Stupava, Slovakia

Stupava Synagogue

As the second-oldest synagogue in Slovakia, Stupava Synagogue is of significant cultural value to Jewish heritage in central Europe.
Completed Project
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.

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