Palmyra Amphitheater Syria - Fotopedia
Palmyra Amphitheater Syria - Fotopedia | Places I've been | Ancient buildings, Palmyra, Ancient Architecture
ISIL Rigs Palmyra's Ancient Roman Amphitheater With Explosives
Qantara.de - Dialog mit der islamischen Welt
Historic site in Palmyra destroyed in military operations
The Great Tetrapylon in Palmyra
Syrian citizens walk in the ancient oasis city of Palmyra, northeast of Damascus, in March 2014. (Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images)
Palmyra's amphitheater after the ISIS terror group occupied the city.
Much of the staggering amphitheatre in Palmyra appears to remain intact despite ISIS's presence
Religious teaching that drives Isis to threaten the ancient ruins of Palmyra
Losing vast parts of the world's shared history shouldn't be considered more or less important than the humanitarian crisis, it is simply a different kind ...
An April image provided by the Russian Defense Ministry press service shows ancient ruins in Palmyra, Syria. (Associated Press)
The theatre of Palmyra, what can I say but WOW! Simply stunning, I
The Theater suffers from vegetation overgrowth and was used by ISIL to stage
Palmyra's monuments demolished in 'new war crime' by IS. Syrian site's ancient amphitheatre ...
The Tetrapylon was destroyed in the historical architectural complex of Ancient Palmyra in Homs Governorate, Syria. Palmyra was captured by the Syrian army ...
Russian drone shows extent of the damage to Palmyra's Roman amphitheater - The Washington Post
Northern Palmyra mourns its Syrian sister
Dancer Ahmad Joudeh on Palmyra before it was destroyed in the Syrian conflict (ahmadjoudeh.
Damascus Syria Ancient Ruins
Amphitheatre - #Busra-Syria
Palmyra Syria Arab World, Ancient Ruins, World Heritage Sites, Ancient Civilizations, United
Column: Why all roads in Europe lead me back to Syria | Culture| Arts, music and lifestyle reporting from Germany | DW | 31.08.2017
A view of the ancient Syrian site of Palmyra showing some of the damage caused while it was held by the Islamic State, which was driven out in late March.
Primero amate Palmyra Syria, Empire Romain, Ancient Civilizations, Roman Architecture, Ancient Architecture
ISIL militants have destroyed a temple at Syria's ancient ruins of Palmyra, realizing the worst fears archaeologists had for the 2,000-year-old city
Palmyra after Isis: images taken following Syrian recapture offer hope amid ruins | World news | The Guardian
Explore the ruins in Palmyra, Syria
Destruction in World Heritage site of Palmyra (April 2016) © UNESCO
... were produced by ICONEM, a French company that uses digital technologies to support Syrian archaeologists and architects document heritage sites.
Pray for Palmyra: World-Famous Russian Orchestra Performs in Ancient City
ISIS occupied Palmyra (pictured) twice during Syria's Civil War and satellite images show holes
A satellite photograph shows Palmyra after the tetrapylon and theatre were destroyed by Isis, which
Irina Bokova: the woman standing between Isis and world heritage | Culture | The Guardian
An aerial view of the Roman theatre before its facade was destroyed.Reuters
See What Remains of Palmyra Antiquities After ISIS Routed
UNITAR-UNOSAT JOSEPH EID/AFP/Getty Images
Temple of Bel, Palmyra, Syria
How the ancient city of Palmyra looked before the fighting – in pictures
Syrian musicians play at the site of the damaged Roman amphitheatre in the ancient city of Palmyra in central Syria, during a tour organized by the Syrian ...
A Russian drone flying over the 2,000-year-old amphithetre in Palmyra filmed images
Middle East-Syria-Bosra Here you see the ancient city of Bosra and the Amphitheatre. This was another excellent site. In very good condition , considering ...
Palmyra main street Syria Roman ruins
The split screen image of the Temple of Bel in Palmyra. Ark/c
Bosra (Syria) Palmyra Syria, The Beautiful Country, Beautiful Places In The World
The theatre at Palmyra, once used for wrestling ceremonies with wild animals. More recently used by ISIS – on the stage, teenagers executed Syrian soldiers.
Syria: ISIS Destroys More Ancient Artifacts In Palmyra Palmyra, Roman History, Ancient Artifacts
The Arch of Triumph (pictured) was one of the most recognisable sites in Palmyra
Islamic State blows up magnificent temple that had stood 2,000 years in Palmyra | South China Morning Post
The Ancient Roman city of Palmyra, Syria
Beauty of Palmyra: Look at Ancient City's Heritage Sites (PHOTOS)
The Roman amphitheatre, Palmyra
The black basalt amphitheatre of Umm Qais
Specifically, four significant case studies are thoughtfully surveyed, starting with Mosul in Iraq, Aleppo and Palmyra in Syria, and ending with the ancient ...
Jerash, jordan, roman ruins south amphitheater in Jerash
The Magnificent Roman Ampitheater, Bosra. Syria Theater Architecture, Roman Architecture, Ancient Ruins
Syrian soldiers on their knees at Palmyra
(from an IS video
Further afield – Syria – Palmyra
sweida syria | Qalaat Semaan Syria photos, wallpapers
Jihad on History: Daesh May Destroy Ancient Roman Monuments in Libya
Monumental Arch, Palmyra, Syria Palmyra Syria, Middle East, Ruins, Places Ive
Palmyra, situated about 130 miles (210km) northeast of Damascus, is known by
This is the Citadel of Aleppo, one of the dominant features of the Old City. I found that I had a rather difficult time navigating Aleppo, perhaps because ...
Syria Before And After, East Africa, Damascus, Middle East, Iran, Origins
Historic site in Palmyra destroyed in military operations
Ma'aloula, Syria: Built into the side of a mountain, Ma'aloula is a peaceful city where Christians and Muslims live side by side. A shrine covers a mountain ...
Roman Colosseum, Italy, gladiators, Caesar, Forum, Palatine Hill
Antiquities expert on Palmyra visit: 'Syria can't possibly restore the destroyed artifacts'
Bosra Amphitheater Syria | #WotA : Reference for the Crown of Ao amphitheater #ThroneofAo
How Russian Mi-28 Gunships Add to Anti-Daesh Fight Near Palmyra (VIDEO)
Ancient Roman theatre of Palmyra, Syria. Photo: Bernard Gagnon/wikimedia.
صورة توثيقية لباب شرقي عام 1874
inconnu ; Construction[Apamea, SY] ; Apamea[SY]
Palmyra, Syria. July 2008.
The Temple of Bel at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Palmyra in Syria, deliberately destroyed by Da'esh (the 'Islamic State') in 2015.
Old Temple, Gateway in Damascus, Syria Iran, Old City, Damascus, Ancient
Tour of Sicily and Aegadian Islands – 2019
Tower Tomb of Elahbel at Palmyra, Syria Palmyra Syria, Syrian Civil War, Ancient
Syrian 'Monuments Men' Race to Protect Antiquities as Looting Bankrolls Terror - WSJ
9 Most Impressive Roman Ruins in Rome You Can't Skip
Russian MoD: Militants Plotted Attacks in Palmyra, Say They Were Trained by US
Syrians lived continuously in Bosra's two– Palmyra
Our lost world in watercolours – the paintings that documented Earth | Art and design | The Guardian
Site of Palmyra The Crossroads, Rome, Ruins, Palmyra Syria, Ancient Romans,