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Krak des Chevaliers, famous Crusader Castle near Homs, Syria Featured Ancient City of Aleppo Print

Krak des Chevaliers, famous Crusader Castle near Homs, Syria

Krak des Chevaliers, famous Crusader Castle near Homs, Syria - View from the South West. Although surviving in wonderful condition up to the early 21st century, it has been reported that the castle was shelled in August 2012 by the Syrian army, with the Crusader chapel has been damaged. The castle suffered further damage in July 2013 from an airstrike during the Siege of Homs. Date: 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Qal'at Salah-ed-Din, Syria XAWF04838 Featured Ancient City of Aleppo Print

Qal'at Salah-ed-Din, Syria XAWF04838

Citadel of Salah Ed-Din, Lattakia, Syria. Originally Byzantine, Lattakia became part of the Crusader Principality of Antioch in the early 12th century. Known as Saone (Arabic Sahyun) the castle was heavily refortified. It fell to Saladin in a three day siege in 1188. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd; date uncertain, probably 1950s. Designated as part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006

© Historic England Archive

Olonnades of the Temple of Bel Featured Ancient City of Aleppo Print

Olonnades of the Temple of Bel

Palmyra. Syria. View of the north-western corner internal colonnades of the Temple of Bel. Dedicated to Bel who is thought to be the supreme God of the Palmyrene pantheon, the Temple is an enormous complex and its main construction was performed over several stages from the Hellenistic through to the Roman periods. Palmyra prospered in ancient times as a caravan staging post due to its location on one of the main ancient routes from the Mediterranean Sea to the Euphrates and to markets further east including those on the Silk Route. Palmyra is a UNSECO World Heritage Site

© Stefania Besca