A festival under the title “Syrian Woman…Victory Icon” started activities on Tuesday evening at Dar Al-Assad for Culture and Arts in Hama city.
Maktab Anbar (Anbar Office) is an ancient Damascene house which embraces art and beauty in its corners through its unique architectural style.
A new literature narrating a legend immortalized by history declared the beginning of translating the martyrdom, heroism and sacrifices of the Syrian Arab Army personnel into written words.
Sweida National Museum represents a living witness on the deep-rooted archeological antiques in Sweida City, and it is a cultural landmark that includes busts, basaltic statues, mosaic paintings and antiquities dating back to different historical eras.
Official and popular activities have participated in lighting up a Christmas tree at Hasaka city center, wishing that security and stability will return to all the Syrian territories and that the army will triumph over terrorism.
The Palmyrene sculpting on plaster was a predominant and auxiliary art used as an additional aesthetic element in the roofs of the buildings and the tomb façades in Palmyra, where contemporary archaeological finds of decorative stucco sculptures have demonstrated the uniqueness of Palmyrene art in making plaster through burning the limestone.
On the occasion of Christmas, the largest Christmas cave was opened today in Syria, in Mar Elias Roman Catholic Church in the town of Kafrbihm in Hama countryside, in the presence of official, religious and popular figures.
The Czech tourist “TravelMag” website confirmed that the archaeological sites of Damascus are among the most important and oldest monuments in the world which are listed to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage.
All the discoveries conducted by researchers and archaeological experts from different parts of the world have proved that Syria was a culturally rich and prosperous country, the Czech “Europe News” website said in a report.
Within the Festivity of the Culture Ministry Day, the General Organization for Cinema has launched Cinematic Project under the title “Cinema National Library” at al-Kindi Movie Theatre in Damascus.
An artistic exhibition showcasing 645 paintings was held at the Hungarian capital city of Budapest with the participation of Syrian and Hungarian children.
Al-Farah Choir on Wednesday performed a concert titled “Melody of Hope” at Damascus Central Prison, including various songs, some of them are composed by some inmates.
A French tourist group visited the historical city of Palmyra and check out the destruction which the city has suffered due to the crimes of Daesh (ISIS) terrorist organization against the history and the civilization of this ancient city.
The two short-films “Joury” and al-Habel al-Serri “umbilical cord “, produced by the General Organization for Cinema, won the Grand Prize and the Best Scenario Award in the second edition of Casablanca Film Festival.
Years after its closure due to the terrorist war on Syria, National Museum of Aleppo opened its doors in front of visitors and archaeology scientists in a civilized ceremony which affirms the return of life to al-Shahba’a, Aleppo, to display more than 50 thousand pieces of its ancient treasury that represents live features of successive brilliant civilizations in the area.