The Church of Hananiya, in one of the alleys near Bab Sharqi in Damascus Old City, is one of the most ancient churches in the world, and it is famous for its Damascene architectural style and spirit.
Syrian short feature film “On the Roof of Damascus” by Director al-Mohannad Kalthoum won the Special Jury Award at the official competition of the 5th International Festival for Documentaries and Short Feature Films held in the Tunisian city of Medenine.
The fabulous engraved stone monument of the great warrior Khalil al-Khatib, a prominent leader of the Syrian Revolution against the French colonization, complements the glamour of the stone panoramic painting which overlooks Brumanet al-Mashaykh village in Tartous near the administrative border of Hama province.
The joint Syrian-Hungarian archaeological expedition resumed its works at Krak des Chevaliers castle in Homs countryside.
Spectacular stalactites and stalagmites, along with a host of wonderful Quaternary rock formations make al-Dawayat Cave a unique natural paradise, where visitors can stroll through and explore the incomparable beauty of this place which is more than 20 million years old.
Syrian long feature film “The Father” by director Bassel al-Khatib on Friday evening won the Best Scenario Award at the conclusion of the Resistance International Film Festival in Tehran
The Syrian creative artist, Muwaffaq Makhoul, who entered the Guinness Book of World Records for creating the world’s largest mural made of recycled materials, has been selected along 11 other artists to be honored as part of Ministry of Culture’s clelbrations marking its founding anniversary.
Czech Bravo Newspaper affirmed that Palmyra City has risen again from the destruction it went through at the hands of Daesh (ISIS) terrorist organization to return the pearl of the Syrian desert.