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Vicinity of Tall Abyad, shell of the house with flattened domes and opening in one dome
al-Hayr al-Sharqi Palace, Inside of the early Umayyad desert castle with remains of vaulted rooms of the Western comlplex
al-Hayr al-Sharqi Palace, Inside of the early Umaiyad desert castle (Western complex)
ʿAyn al-ʿArus, Interior of a village mud bricks house, armenian owners
ʿAyn al-ʿArus, view into the ceiling of a village mud bricks house, armenian owners
Traditional house with reed hut (“sibat”, arab.) in Euphrates valley at the national road 4/junction to ar-Raqqa
Raqqa, main shopping road with salesman of vegetables
Maʿlula, St.Tekla Convent during the Holy Cross feast on september 14th
On september 14th at the Holy Cross Feast in Maʿlula, with the standard of the Holy Cross Youth
View of the old town from Maʿlula with its traditionally light blue painted facades
Halabiyya, entrance to the Praetorium, which is integrated into the city wall and dates from the time of Justinian.
In the southern part of Tall Abyad, remains of the church made of mud bricks
Village of ʿAyn al-Khadra, in the living room of the central hall house of a Kurdish family
ʿAyn al-Khadra, in the farm yard behind the house with stables made of basalt stones
ʿAyn al-Khadra, residential house with a central hall plan of a Kurdish family in the Malkiyya-Region
A shell of a new house with flattened domes in a village south of Tall Abyad
The village of al-Qirata on the northern slope of the Sajur valley, old lime-washed houses visible.
View from the Zayzun waterfalls into Yarmuk river, which there the border between Syria and Jordan
Remains of mills at the waterfalls of Tall Shihab
Lower basin of the waterfalls of Tall Shihab
Zayzun waterfalls of a tributary to Yarmuk river, which is there the border between Syria and Jordan
Tall Bdiri, Abondened house with buttresses in the wall and at the door
City center of Raqqa with a barber, small suq-shops and mobile traders of vegetables and fruits
Tall Bdiri, House consisting of a large living room with a small attached kitchen
Tall Bdiri, Farmsteads, that have no enclosure walls
Tall Bdiri, A simple opening in a clay brick wall with clay plaster – probably in a stable
View into an excavation trench of Tall Bdiri: to stabilize the walls, pilasters were added
Nahiyat Tall Tamir, The flattened dome roofs have just received new plastering.
Nahiyat Tall Tamir, The domes of the houses built in the 1930s were often flattened later.
Nahiyat Tall Tamir, Entrance corridor in front of the collapsed cupola house