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This picture taken on April 6, 2021 shows a view of an Ionian colonnade in the open-air section of a newly-created cave museum of Syrian heritage and culture near the town of Aqrabat in the countryside of Syria's northwestern Idlib province, created by Abd al-Aati Said, a displaced architect from the Aleppo countryside who fled from conflict. - Said says his work on the cave museum took about two months to be completed. The cave is meant as a museum of natural and human history, showing progression of ancient geological eras and the succession of civilisations that were established on Syrian soil. AFP See Less
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Abd al-Aati Said, a 54-year-old displaced architect from the Aleppo countryside who fled from conflict, lectures children at his newly-created cave museum of Syrian heritage and culture near the town of Aqrabat in the countryside of Syria's northwestern Idlib province on April 6, 2021. - Said says his work on the cave museum took about two months to be completed. The cave is meant as a museum of natural and human history, showing progression of ancient geological eras and the succession of civilisations that were established on Syrian soil .AFP
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Abd al-Aati Said, a 54-year-old displaced architect from the Aleppo countryside who fled from conflict, piles wood at a pyre replica in the open-air section of his newly-created cave museum of Syrian heritage and culture near the town of Aqrabat in the countryside of Syria's northwestern Idlib province on April 6, 2021. - Said says his work on the cave museum took about two months to be completed. The cave is meant as a museum of natural and human history, showing progression of ancient geological eras and the succession of civilisations that were established on Syrian soil. AFP
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Two men pose for a "selfie" photo on a phone by a miniature replica of a Doric colonnade at a newly-created cave museum of Syrian heritage and culture near the town of Aqrabat in the countryside of Syria's northwestern Idlib province on April 6, 2021. - Said says his work on the cave museum took about two months to be completed. The cave is meant as a museum of natural and human history, showing progression of ancient geological eras and the succession of civilisations that were established on Syrian soil. AFP
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