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Palmyra, Syria--One of my favorite places I visited in Syria! :)/// Sorry. Get ready to kiss it goodbye. ISIS is destroying it, little, by, little. Yeah, not only has Obama allowed thousands of people too die in that region. He's also sat on his golf cart seat and allow priceless antiquities to be destroyed. Freakin dumb ass.


Deir Mar Musa Monastery, Syria. Literally "the Monastery of Saint Moses the Abyssinian" is a monastic community of Syriac Catholic rite, situated near the town of Nabk, approximately 80 kilometers north of Damascus, on the Eastern slopes of the Anti-Lebanon. The main church of the monastic compound holds precious frescoes dating to the 11th and 12th century AD.


La gran mezquita naranja de Aleppo "Al-Rahmán". Gracias a Lamis Jarrar por compartir la imagen con nosotros.


The site of Palmyra is an oasis in the Syrian desert, north-east of Damascus, it contains the monumental ruins of a great city that was one of the most important cultural centres of the ancient world, Palmyra mixed Graeco-Roman techniques with local traditions and Persian influences, it was listed UNESCO World Heritage in 1980 © Eric Lafforgue


Theatre of Palmyra Palmyra's Theatre was, until the 1950's, buried beneath the sand, however it has been restored continuously since then. The freestanding stage facade of the theatre itself is designed along the lines of a palace entrance, complete with a royal door and smaller doors on either side. During the Palmyra Festival, which runs from the end of April to the beginning of May, music and dance performances are held in the theatre.