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Ciampino, Province of Rome, Lazio, Italy

Muro dei Francesi

Local advocates are considering the possibility of legally acquiring the archaeological site of Muro dei Francesi for public use.
St. Louis, Missouri, United States

Jefferson National Expansion Memorial

The Gateway Arch feature of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, often referred to as simply “the Arch,” consists of a stainless steel exterior and carbon steel interior and rises 630 feet above the ground.
Shikarpoor Municipality, Pakistan

Shikarpoor Historic City Center

Shikarpoor was founded in 1617 as a walled city and, due to its strategic location, became a main stop on the trade route between Central Asia and India in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Nampula Province, Mozambique

Island of Mozambique

Sustainable tourism development and the conservation of historic fabric must be balanced at Mozambique in order to ensure the survival of the island’s cultural heritage.
Marfa, Texas, United States

Chinati Foundation

The unique structures housing exceptional contemporary art at the Chinati Foundation are in urgent need of repairs.
Completed Project
London, United Kingdom

Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station and its chimneys have been an iconic part of the London skyline since the time of their construction.
Completed Project
Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Yemrehanna Kristos

A conservation project at the church of Yemrehanna Kristos will safeguard the historic site for the use of the local community.
Completed Project
Sulgrave, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

Sulgrave Manor

George Washington’s ancestral home in England is an excellent example of a small house museum that faces major repair and business challenges in the modern day.
New York and New Jersey, United States

The Cloisters and Palisades

The Cloisters Museum and Gardens are situated high above the Hudson River in New York City's Fort Tryon Park, with magnificent, unobstructed views of the Palisades and George Washington Bridge.
Santiago, Chile

Palacio la Alhambra

Built in the nineteenth century, the Palacio la Alhambra in Santiago was designed to replicate the formal elements of the eponymous palace and fortress in Granada, Spain.