|Syrian people work to repair and reconstruct heritage
In his مقالة في والكذابون, Franklin Lamb discusses reconstruction and repair efforts by ordinary Syrians and the DGAM (يوليو 29, 2015). مواقع ناقش تشمل Saint Mary Church of the Holy Belt (Um al-Zennar), قلعة الحصن, ال متحف حمص, Zahrawi Palace, و Mufid al Amin House in Homs. Other sites includes Aleppo Musuem, Deir Ez Zor Museum, Hama Museum, Taybet al Imam Museum (حماة), Idlib Museum (إدلب), Shaqa Tower و Shahba pool walls (Suweida). In Damascus he visited the المتحف الوطني, ال al Azem Palace, ال Damascene Heritage House, ال Khan Asaad Pasha, ولل Nationa Museum of Science and Medicine. In addition to the reconstruction work, new security measures have been implemented at several.
وبالإضافة إلى ذلك, Franklin Lamb revisited the Tentative World Heritage Site Maloula on July 27 2015, chronicling the “efforts of the local returning villagers who are deeply connected to this cradle of civilization and who are not waiting for the end of hostilities to begin restoration and repair work of their homes and of our shared heritage sites.” This article is available هنا.
The DGAM Director General has visited sites in NE Syria during the last two weeks of July, where he also met with local communities who have been “engaged in defending the archaeological heritage” in that area (تقرير هنا).