Publish date28 Jan 2018 - 19:13
Story Code : 308458

Aleppo historical bazaar following Syria war (photo)

Several months into liberation of Aleppo from the grip of Daesh terrorists, people and merchants have not been able to resume their work due to expansion of the damages.

The once bustling market stalls in the walled ancient part of the city sit empty after shellings, covered in dust.

It’s the reality that Aleppo hardly resembles the ancient metropolis it used to be. That’s why the Syrians who lives in government-held west Aleppo, have made it their mission to remind the world that there was a time, not long ago, when the city stood for more than destruction.

Many of Aleppo’s historic sites, including parts of the Al-Madina Souq, a trading market that has stood the test of time since as early as the 14th century, have been ruined or burnt to ashes in the fighting between the two warring sides. 
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