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  • Le World Monuments Fund est une organisation à but non lucratif :

    "World Monuments Fund (WMF) is a 501(c)(3) public charity. We seek to operate under the highest standards of financial accountability and excellence.

    WMF is audited by an independent accounting firm each year and governed by a Board of Trustees. We have made our latest annual reports and Form 990 freely available by download, as well as our most recent audited financial statements.

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    Son objectif est de sauver des monuments historiques sur l'ensemble de la planète.

    Hôtel de TalleyrandEn France, si l'article est à l'image de l'Hôtel de Talleyrand, la liste est en fait assez conséquente (cf infra).

    ABBAYE ROYALE DE CHAALIS

    Chaalis, France

    The Cistercian Abbaye Royale de Chaalis was founded by Louis VI in 1136 and over the following 500 years expanded and developed to accommodate the changing tastes of the French aristocracy. (Learn More)

    ALBI CATHEDRAL

    Albi, France

    Sainte-Cécile Cathedral in Albi was built in the thirteenth century following the suppression of the Albigensian Heresy, centered in Albi, to convey the power of the Church to the populace. (Learn More)

    AMERICAN CATHEDRAL IN PARIS

    Paris, France

    Constructed between 1881 and 1889, the American Cathedral in Paris was designed by George Edmond Street, a leading Gothic Revival architect. (Learn More)

    CARPENTRAS SYNAGOGUE

    Carpentras, France

    Built in 1367, Carpentras Synagogue is one of the oldest synagogues in France, located in the capital of what was once called the Comtat Venaissin, the area surrounding Avignon in southeastern Fran (Learn More)

    CHANCELLERIE D'ORLÉANS

    Paris, France

    The Chancellerie d’Orléans, also known as the Hôtel de Voyer d’Argenson, was a famous townhouse, or hôtel particulier, built in Paris in the early eighteenth (Learn More)

    CHÂTEAU DE CHANTILLY

    Chantilly, France

    The Château de Chantilly sits at the confluence of the Oise and Seine Rivers in northern France and is a magnificent stone complex surrounded by manicured lawns, farms, ponds, and stables. (Learn More)

    CHÂTEAU DE COMMARQUE

    Les Eyzies, France

    The Chateau de Commarque, in the Dordogne region of southwest France, was founded during the twelfth century by the abbot of Sarlat, who established a simple wooden tower there near the meeting of (Learn More)

    CHÂTEAU DE MAINTENON

    Maintenon, France

    CHURCH OF SAINT-SULPICE DE FAVIÈRES

    Saint-Sulpice de Favières, France

    CLOISTER OF ST. TROPHIME

    Arles, France

    The Church of St. Trophime in Arles, France, is an important pilgrimage site and the starting point of the Via Tolosana to Santiago de Compostela. (Learn More)

    COUVENT DE LA VISITATION, CHAPELLE SAINT-JOSEPH, CHŒUR DES RELIGIEUSES

    Moulins, France

    Started in 1648 and completed nine years later, the Couvent de la Visitation functioned as a base for the religious order of the Visitation until it was abandoned in 1792, following the French Revo (Learn More)

    DÉSERT DE RETZ

    Marly-le-Roi, France

    The Désert de Retz is a landscape of over 17 uniquely styled follies created from 1774 to 1789 by aristocrat François Racine de Monville. (Learn More)

    GREAT TOWER

    Châtillon-sur-Saône, France

    HÔTEL DE TALLEYRAND

    Paris, France

    Located at the heart of Paris near the Place de la Concorde, the Hôtel de Talleyrand is among the most important historic European buildings under the stewardship of the U.S. (Learn More)

    HÔTEL DES INVALIDES

    Paris, France

    Built from 1676 to 1706 at the direction of Louis XIV as a veterans’ hospital, the Hôtel des Invalides boasts an elegant classical façade and impressive dome. (Learn More)

    HÔTEL D’ASTIER (HOSPICE)

    Ménerbes, France

    For more than 300 years the Hôtel d’Astier de Montfaucon has served a variety of civic functions in the city of Ménerbes. (Learn More)

    JUMIÈGES ABBEY

    Jumièges, France

    Nestled in a bend of the Seine River in Normandy, the picturesque abbey of Jumièges is a key feature of one of the oldest and most important monasteries in Western Europe. (Learn More)

    LACOSTE SCHOOL

    Ménerbes, France

    OPÉRA COMIQUE

    Paris, France

    Founded in 1714, the Opéra Comique is one of the oldest French dramatic institutions. (Learn More)

    PFAFFENHOFEN SYNAGOGUE

    Pfaffenhoffen, France

    Pfaffenhoffen Synagogue is visually and architecturally indistinguishable from its surrounding built environment, which is one of the reasons it is prized today. (Learn More)

    POTAGER DU ROI

    Versailles, France

    The Potager du Roi, also known as the Kitchen Garden of the King, was commissioned by Louis XIV and built near the Palace of Versailles. (Learn More)

    SAINT LUC CHURCH

    Ménerbes, France

    SAINT PIERRE CATHEDRAL

    Beauvais, France

    SAINT SULPICE CHURCH

    Paris, France

    Saint–Sulpice was built over a 130-year period, beginning in 1646 during the regency of Queen Anne of Austria. (Learn More)

    SAINT-EMILION MONOLITHIC CHURCH

    Saint-Emilion, France

    In the eighth century, a Breton monk named Emilion fled to southern France to escape persecution by the Benedictine order and adopted an eremitic existence, living in a cave. (Learn More)

    SAINTE MARIE-MADELEINE

    Neuilly-en-Donjon, France

    Sainte Marie-Madeleine was built in 1130, when Neuilly-en-Donjon was part of the diocese of Autun, which included much of what is now Burgundy. (Learn More)

    SALON DE MUSIQUE, BIBLIOTHÈQUE DE L’ARSENAL

    Paris, France

    Much of the arsenal was constructed in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. (Learn More)

    THE BELVEDERE PAVILION AT VERSAILLES

    Versailles, France

    The Belvedere Pavilion is a notable feature in the landscape of the Petit Trianon of Versailles. (Learn More)

    THÉÂTRE IMPÉRIAL

    Compiègne, France
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