The historic Chapel of the Virgen Purificada de Canicunca, located in the district of Huaro, Quispicanchi Province (Cusco), will regain its splendor thanks to a public-private partnership under the legal mechanism “Obras por Impuestos,” or projects in lieu of taxes.
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La valiosa Capilla Virgen Purificada de Canicunca, ubicada en el distrito de Huaro, provincia de Quispicanchi (Cusco) podrá recuperar su esplendor gracias a una alianza público-privada, bajo el mecanismo de obras por impuestos.
In recognition of its 50th Anniversary and defining a vision for the future, Bonnie Burnham, President of World Monuments Fund (WMF), announced today the launch of a multi-year campaign to restore five major cultural heritage sites around the world.
Mario Testino, uno de los más conocidos e influyentes fotógrafos a nivel mundial, ha sido nombrado Presidente del World Monuments Fund Perú, la primera oficina de esta organización en Sud América, establecida por Bonnie Burnham, Presidente del World Monuments Fund (WMF).
Mario Testino, one of the world’s most well-known and influential photographers and a native of Lima, Peru, has been named President of the Board of World Monuments Fund Peru, the organization’s first office in South America, by Bonnie Burnham, President of World Monuments Fund (WMF). Mr.
World Monuments Fund (WMF) announced today the receipt of an award of $220,000 from the David Berg Foundation of New York for five projects at Jewish heritage sites in Europe and Africa: the Schola Canton in Venice, Italy; the Great Synagogue of Iaşi, Romania; Split Synagogue in Croatia; Subotica
The stone marking Henry VIII's foundation of the Royal Naval Dockyard at Deptford 500 years ago has been rediscovered behind a false wall at University College London.
A ceremony today at Mandalay’s Shwe Nan-Daw Monastery will mark the beginning of a two-year conservation project at the site involving Myanmar’s Ministry of Culture, World Monuments Fund (WMF), and the U.S. Embassy in Yangon, with the support of the U.S.
In November 2013, World Monuments Fund (WMF) celebrated the graduation of the first class of students from its heritage management training program in Iraq. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State's Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation and the U.S.
World Monuments Fund (WMF) and the Thai Ministry of Culture’s Fine Arts Department (FAD) are undertaking a two-year project of documentation, conservation, and site-management at Wat Chaiwatthanaram in Ayutthaya, Thailand, to continue its work at the seventeenth-century Buddhist temple, which was