PALMIRA: Ecco cosa resta delle statue dopo 10 mesi di Islam – 6 FOTO

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PALMYRA, SYRIA. APRIL 2, 2016. Ancient statues damaged and vandalised by the ISIS terrorist group, in the National Museum of Palmyra. Valery Sharifulin/TASS (Photo by Valery SharifulinTASS via Getty Images)
PALMYRA, SYRIA. APRIL 2, 2016. Ancient statues damaged and vandalised by the ISIS terrorist group, in the National Museum of Palmyra. Valery Sharifulin/TASS (Photo by Valery SharifulinTASS via Getty Images)

La furia iconoclasta degli islamici si è abbattuta sul museo e le sculture di Palmira. Dove statue e bassorilievi sono stati privati dei volti – insopportabili per l’islam – e sono stati trovati così, dai soldati russi e siriani dopo la liberazione della città:

Images showing the devastation of priceless ancient artefacts inside Palmyra's national museum have been released

Statues and sculptures dating back to the second millennium BC lay littered around the museum in Palmyra

The historic and cultural heritage the museum had preserved was destroyed or vandalised by militants

The capture of Qaryatain deprives ISIS of a main base in central Syria and could be used by government forces in the future to launch attacks on ISIS-held areas near the Iraqi border

ISIS extremists blew up and destroyed some of the world's most precious relics at Palmyra's archaeological sites during their 10-month reign there

Syrian troops and their allies have now recaptured the town of Qaryatain, 60 miles from Palmyra




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