En la rueda de prensa que ha tenido lugar hoy, Bonnie Burnham, presidenta de World Monuments Fund (WMF), ha anunciado el programa World Monuments Watch (WMW) de 2014, integrado por una serie de lugares declarados patrimonio cultural amenazados por las fuerzas de la naturaleza, así como por el imp
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At a press conference today, World Monuments Fund (WMF) President Bonnie Burnham announced the 2014 World Monuments Watch, presenting a diverse group of cultural heritage sites at risk from the forces of nature and the impact of social, political, and economic change.
The Chassidic Route, a regional tourist trail in southeastern Poland connecting more than two dozen Jewish heritage sites, now features an interactive map allowing users to explore the route either geographically or chronologically through images, short descriptions, and data visualizations about
World Monuments Fund in partnership with St Ives Town Council is undertaking a project during Summer 2013 to repair and conserve the Grade II* Listed Knill’s Monument.
World Monuments Fund (WMF)—the leading independent organization dedicated to saving the world’s most treasured places—and Mark Robbins, Executive Director of the International Center of Photography—the pre-eminent institution for the creation, presentation, and interpretation of the reproduced im
On the eve of the second anniversary of Great East Japan Earthquake of March 11, 2011, World Monuments Fund (WMF) announced today a $250,000 grant to advance the efforts of the local community in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, to restore and preserve its historic cityscape that was damaged in that
World Monuments Fund (WMF) President Bonnie Burnham announced today receipt of a grant of $131,800 from the United States State Department’s Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation and the U.S.
Seven institutions presented the book "Un destino con Futuro: Contribuciones para el desarrollo sostenible del turismo en Andahuaylillas – Cusco," which shows the potential of Andahuaylillas and surrounding areas to become a first-rate sustainable tourism destination.