Rome, SANA – The “Syrian Archaeological Treasures: A Heritage for Humanity” photo exhibition, organized by the Syrian community in Italy in cooperation with the Syrian Tourism Ministry and European Front for Defending Syria, opened in the Italian northwestern city of Asti on Friday.
The exhibition, which is open until June 18th, showcases the scale of destruction inflicted by terrorists on Syria’s archeological and historical sites. It will be concluded with a seminar on what is currently happening in Syria and the conspiracy targeting it.
Prior to being held in Asti, the exhibition was held in Rome, Catania, Lecce, and Florence. There are currently plans for the exhibition to be held in the Belgian capital Brussels.