IRAQ - URUK

ALIPH is committed to concrete and sustainable initiatives to protect the richness and diversity of the world’s cultural heritage

Rehabilitation of Raqqa Museum

Raqqa, Syria

The museum of Raqqa held an important collection of cultural and archeological artefacts from pre-history to modern times. However, the museum suffered damage and was reportedly looted by Daesh in 2013. The rehabilitation of the museum will be finalized in cooperation with the local NGO Roya. A first phase for the recovery of the museum’s artifacts will start, in order to allow the museum to house its collections and welcome visitors once again.

Name Rehabilitation of Raqqa Museum

Location Raqqa, Syria

Amount 85 K $

Years 2019 - 2021

Type of grant Call for projects

(c) La Guilde européenne du Raid
(c) La Guilde européenne du Raid

Exhibition “Age old cities. A virtual journey from Palmyra to Mosul"

Paris, France

ALIPH firmly believes in the importance of raising awareness on the need to protect heritage threatened by conflict. The travelling exhibition "Age old cities: A virtual journey from Palmyra to Mosul" recreates the cities of Palmyra, Aleppo, Mosul and Leptis Magna in virtual reality. It enjoyed its opening at the Arab World Institute from 10 October 2018 to 17 February 2019, where it was visited by more than 130,000 people. The exhibition has already traveled to Bonn, Riyadh and Washington DC.

Name Exhibition “Age old cities. A virtual journey from Palmyra to Mosul"

Location Paris, France

Amount 100 K $

Years 2018 - 2019

Operator Institut du Monde Arabe (IMA)

Type of grant Emergency relief

Iconem MAFL DOA
Iconem DGAM

Collart – Palmyra: The Digital Restoration of the Baalshamîn Temple

On Syrian Heritage

The Baalshamîn temple in Palmyra, an outstanding example of Syrian-Roman architecture from the 2nd century CE, was completely destroyed by Daesh in August 2015. The project will create a digital restoration (anastylosis) of the temple, based on the study, digitization, and online publication of the archives of the Swiss archaeologist Paul Collart, who documented the site in the 1930s-60s.

Name Collart – Palmyra: The Digital Restoration of the Baalshamîn Temple

Location On Syrian Heritage

Amount 215 K $

Years 2019 - 2021

Operator Paul Collart Association in the Middle East

Type of grant Call for projects

(c) Paul Collart Association in the Middle East
(c) Paul Collart Association in the Middle East