At the cross-roads of civilisations, recent years Syria has experienced painful and tragic events. Palmyra, part of our heritage, common to East and West, is a martyred symbol of it. When he was invited to the Aleppo Festival of Photography in 2002, Michel Eisenlohr decided to undertake his journey from Marseille.
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