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Arts & Caluture
22/05/2017

The Syrian civilization with its prominent figures, archaeological ruins and natural views was the main theme of the art exhibition opened at Abu Rummaneh Cultural Center on Sunday evening.
20/05/2017

Soprano Isabelle Nicolas is due to hold a concert at the UN headquarters in Geneva on Monday during which she will sing several songs in different languages including “flowers of peace,” composed by Syrian expat Zaher Assad and written in the Syrian dialect by fellow Syrian expat Iyad Qahoush.
16/05/2017

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15/05/2017

Culture Minister, Mohammad al-Ahmad, and his Chinese Counterpart, Luo Shugang have discussed the cultural agreements signed by Syria and China and opening new prospects for increasing cooperation in this field .
04/05/2017

Director General for Antiquities and Museums Ma’moun Abdul-Kareem affirmed on Thursday the documentation of 250 archaeological buildings in the Old City of Aleppo by experts and cadres of the Directorate as part of the integrated plans for the rehabilitation of the city- listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site- and the restoration of damage caused by the activities of the terrorist organizations.
03/05/2017

Director General of Antiquities and Museums Ma’moun Abdul-Kareem revealed on Wednesday the restoration of 89 pieces of antiquities that were stolen by terrorist organizations in previous times from inside Syria and been smuggled abroad.
26/04/2017

The Syrian Embassy in Romania participated in a photo exhibition inaugurated at the Russian Center of Science and Culture in Bucharest under the title “Syria, a Photo Chronicle of the War”.
09/04/2017

The Indian Odissi dance group opened the 2017 Indian Cultural Days in Syria at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts in Lattakia.
09/04/2017

Syrian women and their important role throughout history were the focal point of Artist Nabil al-Samman’s exhibition held at Haishoon Art Café in Lattakia.
08/04/2017

The second iteration of the Baroque Festival concluded its activities on Saturday by performing music for composers Bach, Vivaldi, Telemann, and Corelli at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts in Damascus.
22/03/2017

The initiative to nominate the Syrian city of Aleppo for the title of UNESCO “City of Music” was launched during a special ceremony held Wednesday at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts.
19/03/2017

Under the title “Generations”, the Syrian National Symphony Orchestra held a classical music concert at Opera Theatre in Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts.
12/02/2017

Alef Noon Gallery hosts “Fifth Jadal” (Debate) exhibition 2017, showcasing the artifacts of Sculptor Ghazwan Allaf and Plastic Artist Jumaa al-Nazhan in an artistic humanitarian synthesis which relate stories about the Syrian people’s civilization, spiritual beauty and suffering due to the terrorist war waged on the country.
22/01/2017

Culture Minister Mohammad al-Ahmad affirmed that the destruction of the façade of the Roman Theatre and the Tetrapylon in the archeological site of Palmyra by ISIS terrorists is a war crime and a “Zionist demand” per excellence.
20/01/2017

The Culture Ministry said that the destruction of archeological monuments in Palmyra being carried out by ISIS constitutes a crime against humanity.
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