Syria

A country of fertile plains, high mountains and deserts, Syria’s capital Damascus is among the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and many of its historical treasures are UNESCO World Heritage sites. A vast and diverse country, Syria’s cultural traditions, ethnic and religious communities and archaeological treasures are either under threat or else fast-disappearing as a result of its vicious civil war. Firehorse ARC offers exclusive footage of those threatened communities and archaeological sites as well as extensive footage of the country’s architecture and diverse landscapes, as they existed before the war began.

Souq Al Safafir, Baghdad.
The National Museum of Iraq.
Souq Al Safafir, Baghdad.
The National Museum of Iraq.
Souq Al Safafir, Baghdad.
Souq Al Safafir, Baghdad.
Souq Al Safafir, Baghdad.
Firehorse ARC compilation 2016 (2.40 mins).
Firehorse ARC compilation 2016 (1 mins).
Firehorse ARC compilation 2016 (7 mins).
Cyrrhus (Nebi Huri), Syria
Monastery Of Saint Moses The Abyssinian, Syria.
Monastery Of Saint Moses The Abyssinian, Syria.
Monastery Of Saint Moses The Abyssinian, Syria
Sunset In The Syrian Mountains, Nabk, Syria.
Monastery Of Saint Moses The Abyssinian, Syria.
Nature, Syria.
Kalouta Byzantine ruins.
Cyrrhus (Nebi Huri), Syria
Cyrrhus (Nebi Huri), Syria
Kalouta Byzantine ruins.
Apamea, Syria.
Maaloula, Syria
Cyrrhus (Nebi Huri), Syria

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