Aleppo: what remains?
The historic city has suffered major damage, but the worst unkindness we could offer it now is to write it off as ‘destroyed’
While the world watches Palmyra, another of Syria’s heritage sites risks destruction
The Church of Saint Simeon near Aleppo is the greatest treasure of the Christian-Byzantine era in Syria – but it’s suffered extensive damage
Forget digital recreations. Palmyra’s own future must come first
Syrian government forces have recaptured Palmyra from IS militants. What happens next is crucial
What does the reopening of the National Museum of Damascus mean for Syria?
The museum, which reopened in October after six years, stands as a symbol of the country’s hopes for recovery