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Palmyra City Tour

One of the biggest of ancient Syrian cities, properous Palmyra was once known as the 'Bride of the Desert' before it was taken over by the Romans in the middle of the first century AD.

Smack in the middle of the ancient Persia - Mediterranean Coast trade route, Palmyra boasts (reputably) the biggest Roman ruins in the Middle East, the huge Temple of Ba'al, a massive Roman Theatre and many Tower Tombs.

Why do the Palmyra City Tour?

Ancient Roman City Persia trade route Tower Tombs


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