Funding to Restore Eight Cultural Heritage Sites Including Historic Kitchen Garden of Versailles and Iconic British Piers Damaged from Effects of Climate Change
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK, May 9, 2018— World Monuments Fund (WMF) announced today more than $1 million in funding to support disaster response and restoration efforts at Monte Albán Archaeological Site in Oaxaca, Mexico.
New York, NY, April 11, 2018 – World Monuments Fund (WMF) today announced nominations are open for the 2018 World Monuments Fund/Knoll Modernism Prize.
Incluye 25 sitios del patrimonio cultural en riesgo de amenazas económicas, políticas y naturales.
Includes 25 Cultural Heritage Sites at Risk from Economic, Political, and Natural Threats.
New York, NY, August 3, 2017 – World Monuments Fund (WMF) announced today their partnership with Kumamoto Machinami Trust (KMT) supporting local community efforts in Kumamoto Castle Town, Japan, to restore several iconic structures damaged by the Kumamoto Earthquake in April 2016.
World Monuments Fund Secures £536,000 to train Syrian Refugees in Heritage Conservation Skills from the British Council’s Cultural Protection Fund
World Monuments Fund’s Historic Collaboration at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Launched with Lead Funding from WMF Trustee Mica Ertegun
$1.3 Million in Support Given by Ertegun for the Conservation Work on the Structure that Houses the Tomb of Christ