Workshop in the Old City of Aleppo on the emergency intervention to address the damage in the archaeological buildings10/04/2017 - عدد القراءات : 3630


A workshop was organized by the French architect Jacques Seigne, who worked in Palmyra and Jerash for many years and with the support of the French consulting company SAWA, represented by François Lastoure, the consultant of the company, with the participation of forty architects, Engineers and Archaeologists from the DGAM and Partners in the city of Aleppo.

The workshop focused on the field visits for the damaged archeological buildings in the old city of Aleppo. The purpose of the workshop was to discuss ideas that help to make correct interventions and documentation of damages and develop future scenarios for the restoration of damaged buildings.

Mr. Seign and Mr. Lastoure, together with the experts of DGAM, have been briefed on the state of the structural situation of the damaged buildings of Palmyra, especially the Temple of Bell, Tetrapylon and the Roman theater

At the end of the visit, Mr. Seign presented a lecture at the Institute of Chaillot for Architectural Master degree at its premises in the house of Fakhri Al-Baroudi, in the presence of 50 students and specialists in cultural heritage. The lecture focused on the nature of the damage caused to the buildings of Aleppo and Palmyra.

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