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SIRIA: INFORMACIÓN PARA VIAJAR: Siria es un país precioso y sorprendentemente poco conocido. Albergó la civilización más antigua del mundo, conserva impresionantes tesoros arqueológicos como Palmira (el enclave quizás más emblemático) y Apamea, fortalezas y castillos que evocan la época de los cruzados, y tiene una capita...
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Galería de Fotos de Siria - Photo Gallery of Syria

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 Pictures of Travels in Syria: Damascus, Aleppo, Palmyra, Krak_des_Chevaliers, Apamea

 
  Total Pictures: 51   Pag. Indice << 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 >>
Go to big photo: Palmyra - Syria   Palmyra - Syria
  Author: Marta Leonor Vidal
  Text: Palmyra had an strategic location in an Oasis which made it an ideal halt for caravans trading in silk from China to the Mediterranean and transformed it into a prosper kingdom from the 2nd century BC. Emperor Caracalla declared it a Roman colony in 217 BC.
Go to big photo: Palmyra - Syria   Palmyra - Syria
  Author: Marta Leonor Vidal
  Text: In 270 BC the Queen Zenobia decided to get rid of Roman domination and in open defiance took possession of the whole of Syria, conquered Lower Egypt and sent her armies across Asia Minor as far as the Bosphorus.
Go to big photo: Palmyra - Syria   Palmyra - Syria
  Author: Marta Leonor Vidal
  Text: Palmyra had an strategic location in an Oasis which made it an ideal halt for caravans trading in silk from China to the Mediterranean and transformed it into a prosper kingdom from the 2nd century BC. Emperor Caracalla declared it a Roman colony in 217 BC.
Go to big photo: Palmyra - Syria   Palmyra - Syria
  Author: Marta Leonor Vidal
  Text: In 270 BC the Queen Zenobia decided to get rid of Roman domination and in open defiance took possession of the whole of Syria, conquered Lower Egypt and sent her armies across Asia Minor as far as the Bosphorus.
Go to big photo: Palmyra - Syria   Palmyra - Syria
  Author: Marta Leonor Vidal
  Text: Finally Queen Zenobia was defeated by Romans. Palmyra was pillaged and never recovered her position. The highlights of the complex: Baal-Shamin Temple, Bel Temple, Arch of Triumph, the Amphitheater, the Baths, the Cemeteries, the Colonnade, the Tetrapylon, the Valley of Tombs.
Go to big photo: Palmyra - Syria   Palmyra - Syria
  Author: Marta Leonor Vidal
  Text: Palmyra had an strategic location in an Oasis which made it an ideal halt for caravans trading in silk from China to the Mediterranean and transformed it into a prosper kingdom from the 2nd century BC. Emperor Caracalla declared it a Roman colony in 217 BC.
Go to big photo: Palmyra - Syria   Palmyra - Syria
  Author: Marta Leonor Vidal
  Text: Palmyra had an strategic location in an Oasis which made it an ideal halt for caravans trading in silk from China to the Mediterranean and transformed it into a prosper kingdom from the 2nd century BC. Emperor Caracalla declared it a Roman colony in 217 BC.
Go to big photo: Great temple of Bel-Palmyra - Syria   Great temple of Bel-Palmyra - Syria
  Author: Marta Leonor Vidal
  Text: Bel was a kind of Babylonian equivalent of Zeus and the most important of the gods in the Palmyrene pantheon, together with Rarhibui (the sun) and Aglibui (the moon), and Baalshamain (Master of the Heavens).The layout of the temple corresponds to the arrangement of Semitic sanctuaries.
  Total Pictures: 51   Pag. Indice << 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 >>

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