We are currently needing help with data for:
Roman Theatre at Bosra in Dar’a, (المسرح الروماني ببصرى) in south-western Syria. The theatre is within the Ancient City of Bosra, a World Heritage Site, Date of Inscription: 1980.
The Water Wheels of Hama (نواعير حماة), called noria (“wheel of pots”), which line the Orontes River. The largest water wheel, Na’ura al-Muhammadiya, measures around 20 meters in diameter. It provided water for the Great Mosque. The norias of Hama were submitted as a tentative World Heritage Site in June 1999.
Krak des Chevaliers (حصن الفرسان), is a crusader castle in Syria and is one of the most important preserved medieval castles in the world. Forms part of a World Heritage Site with another castle, Qal’at Salah El-Din Date of Inscription: 2006.
The Great Mosque of Aleppo (جَـامِـع حَـلَـب الْـكَـبِـيْـر) or the Umayyad Mosque of Aleppo (جَـامِـع بَـنِي أُمَـيَّـة بِـحَـلَـب) The mosque is within the Ancient City of Aleppo World Heritage Site boundary, Date of Inscription: 1986. The minaret was destroyed in April 2013.
These current locations relate to work we are carrying out for 'The Building Resilience Through Heritage (BReaTHe) project', so we are looking for images, video, drawings and audio.