Doors reopened by the Damascus national museum

A part of the Syrian national museum has been reopened to the public after six years when the civil war had forced it to be closed. The museum is world-renowned and it had closed in 2012 for protecting its ancient artefacts from getting damaged. Most of the collection was evacuated and moved to secret locations to keep them safe.

 

 

 

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