Funding to Restore Eight Cultural Heritage Sites Including Historic Kitchen Garden of Versailles and Iconic British Piers Damaged from Effects of Climate Change
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, June 12, 2018— American Express and World Monuments Fund (WMF) today announced $1 million in funding to support preservation efforts at eight endangered cultural heritage sites included on the 2018 World Monuments Watch.
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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.
Stuart Weitzman volvió a visitar La Garma
Renowned shoe designer Stuart Weitzman visited the cave of La Garma in Cantabria, Spain in the fall of 2017. Through World Monuments Fund, Weitzman is championing a project to conserve and promote the unique heritage found in La Garma.