WORLD MONUMENTS FUND AND ALIPH ANNOUNCE $1.1M PARTNERSHIP TO PRESERVE CONFLICT-AFFECTED HERITAGE
New Collaboration Will Help Rebuild Mam Rashan Shrine, Restore Site in Yemen
New York, NY, December 18, 2019 —World Monuments Fund (WMF) and the International Alliance for the protection of heritage in conflict areas (ALIPH) today announced a $1.1M partnership, establishing a new joint effort between the two organizations to restore crisis-affected heritage sites around the world.
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Amedi: Citadel of Culture
Civil war destroyed their homes. These Syrian refugees are learning how to rebuild them.
Lambayeque proyecta conservación integral de la pirámide de Túcume
Concluyen conservación de parte de fachada de monumento lambayecano.
Panels tell story of oldest government buildings
The Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings were badly damaged in the earthquakes but newly installed information panels will help people understand their enduring significance.
De diseñador de zapatos de lujo a guardián de una cueva en Cantabria
American shoe designer Stuart Weitzman, who has been producing shoes in Spain since the 1970s, visited La Garma in September 2017.