Museum of ar-Raqqah
Museum of ar-Raqqah in 1981 was the opening of the archaeological museum tenderness and popular in the construction of the Saraya old, and was ready for demolition It has Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums halt demolition and restored, and be prepared for the museum includes the effects of Ar-Raqqah province, which was disclosed by the efforts of groups of global and local prospectors. Consisting of a two-story building, at the entrance to the museum to find a beautiful mosaic plaque back to the 15th century AD found in Hoejeh sweetness in the province of Raqqa.
National Museum of Damascus
The National Museum of Damascus is a large museum in the heart of Damascus, Syria. The most popular part of the museum is the 2nd century AD Synagogue which has been reconstructed there. The National Museum of Damascus lies in the West of the City, between the University of Damascus and the Tekkiye Mosque Complex.
Azm Palace is a palace in Damascus, Syria which was originally built in 1750 as a residence for the Ottoman governor of Damascus As'ad Pasha al-Azem. The palace now houses the Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions. In 1925, the Azm palace was heavily damaged by French artillery during the Syrian revolution. It has since been restored and became a museum of arts and folk traditions. It received the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 1983.