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#Palmyra #Syria (photo by Zaid El-Hoiydi)

(photo by Zaid El-Hoiydi)

Fakker Aldeen Almaeny Castle, Palmyra, Syria

Fakker Aldeen Almaeny Castle, Palmyra, Syria

#Palmyra #Syria (photo by Zaid El-Hoiydi)

(photo by Zaid El-Hoiydi)

#Palmyra #Syria (photo by Zaid El-Hoiydi)

Syria - Palmyra, Pillars of Temple Bel

#Palmyra #Syria (photo by Zaid El-Hoiydi)

(photo by Zaid El-Hoiydi)

Ruinas  Palmyra  Siria

UNESCO World Heritage Site ~ Roman ruins at Palmyra, in the heart of the desert, Syria.(Our family drove here from England in

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Palmyra, Syria, UNESCO World Heritage Site (ruins of this Graeco-Roman city, in an oasis in the Syrian desert, north-east of Damascus)

Palmyra was an ancient city in central Syria. Located in an oasis, it had long been a vital caravan stop for travellers crossing the Syrian desert and was known as the Bride of the Desert.  In the 2nd millennium BC, it was a trading city in the extensive network that linked Mesopotamia and northern Syria.  Palmyra is mentioned in the Bible as part of Solomon's Kingdom.  by Rikko77

Palmyra was an ancient city in central Syria. Located in an oasis, it had long been a vital caravan stop for travellers crossing the Syrian desert and was known as the Bride of the Desert. Palmyra is mentioned in the Bible as part of Solomon's Kingdom.

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