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Two historic architecture specialists from Afghanistan recently completed a 10-week internship hosted by the National Park Service through the US/ICOMOS International Exchange Program, and funded by the Bureau.
For ten years, the U.S. Department of State has been working closely with Iraqi counterparts and American academic and nonprofit institutions to protect, preserve, and display the rich cultural heritage of Iraq.
The Cultural Heritage Center supports the Database of National Cultural Heritage Laws being developed by UNESCO.
Highlights of the cultural preservation projects around the world that received funding from the U.S. Department of State's U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation in 2010.
A Masterpiece from the Capitoline Museum, Rome.
Rohit Ranjitkar, program director of the Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust and grantee of the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation, talks about preserving Nepal's cultural heritage as seen in its unique architecture.
The U.S. and Greece sign a cultural property protection agreement that imposes import restrictions on categories of archaeological and Byzantine ecclesiastical ethnological material through the 15th century A.D. of the Hellenic Republic.
Laser scanning documentation of two 12th-century AD towers in Ghazni, Afghanistan, helps preserve the past for future generations.
Supporting the preservation of Nepal’s cultural heritage, the AFCP has aided projects such as the restoration of a 17th-century palace and preservation of a remote Sherpa monastery at the base of Mount Everest.