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Palmyra, Syria

Palmyra, Syria

Rosa de Siria, Hibiscus syriacus

Rosa de Siria, Hibiscus syriacus

citadel of aleppo, syria

citadel of aleppo, syria

Mashkita, Syria. Lake Mashkita is a man-made lake set within densely-forested mountain slopes in the region of Latakia, and is an informal holiday destination for Syrians.

Mashkita, Syria. Lake Mashkita is a man-made lake set within densely-forested mountain slopes in the region of Latakia, and is an informal holiday destination for Syrians.

Christmas in Damascus, Syria (let's keep kind thoughts for the people of Syria this Christmas)

Christmas in Damascus, Syria (let's keep kind thoughts for the people of Syria this Christmas)

Débardeur ample avec dentelle Siria Noir

Débardeur ample avec dentelle Siria Noir

Syria - When will the next generation matter more than the 'need' for violent conflict?

Syria - When will the next generation matter more than the 'need' for violent conflict?

Palmyra developed at the site of a desert oasis, and first flourished in the last centuries BCE as a staging post on trade routes across the Middle East.  Under the Roman emperor Tiberius (14-37 CE), Palmyra eventually became part of the Roman province of Syria, but retained much of its autonomy.  The importance and wealth of the city continued to grow as vital trade routes were extended as far as India and China.

Palmyra developed at the site of a desert oasis, and first flourished in the last centuries BCE as a staging post on trade routes across the Middle East. Under the Roman emperor Tiberius (14-37 CE), Palmyra eventually became part of the Roman province of Syria, but retained much of its autonomy. The importance and wealth of the city continued to grow as vital trade routes were extended as far as India and China.

The Citadel at night, Aleppo, Syria by iancowe, via Flickr

The Citadel at night, Aleppo, Syria by iancowe, via Flickr