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Damascus, Syria

Damascus Old City & Saddle Souk

First settled in the third millennium BC, the Syrian capital of Damascus is one of the longest continually inhabited cities in the world.
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Aleppo, Syria

Souk of Aleppo

Rehabilitation of the historic souk, a great symbol of the city, will pave the way for the recovery of Aleppo, after the city's social fabric has been torn apart by years of brutal conflict.
Bosra, Syria

Bosra Ancient City

Despite Bosra’s rich history, the ancient city’s archaeological remains have been damaged due to neglect, vandalism, and armed conflict.

Cultural Heritage Sites of Syria

Armed conflict continues to threaten Syrian historic sites, but local and international professionals, institutions, and volunteers are working together to preserve the country’s cultural heritage.
Filling in the gaps of the mosiac, July 2010
Completed Project
Azaz, Syria

Cyrrhus (Nebi Houri)

The ancient site of Cyrrhus is located 70 kilometers northeast of Aleppo.
Conservators at work, 2004
Completed Project
Palmyra, Syria

Tomb of the Three Brothers

Palmyra began as a caravan city along the international trade routes between Rome, Persia, India, and China during the first century, and grew to a position of power among the cities of antiquity.
View of the Royal Palace, with protective structures in place., September 2003
Completed Project
Al-Hasakah Governorate, Syria

Tell Mozan

Tell Mozan, located in northeast Syria in the Khabur River plain, is the site of ancient Urkesh, a place associated with the Hurrians, a Bronze Age people of Upper Mesopotamia.
Completed Project
Shayzar, Syria

Shayzar Castle

The Syrian town of Shayzar was, for much of its history, a strategic prize for the Muslim and Christian forces who battled for control of the region at the turn of the first millennium.
Completed Project
Aleppo, Syria

Citadel of Aleppo

One of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, Aleppo preserves remnants of more than four millennia of Near Eastern history.