Heritage in Different Unique Experience

Different approach, In heritage paths

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Focus Raqqa Project 2022

As a pilot, the Focus Raqqa project aimed to inventory the several hundred objects stored in the Central Bank of Raqqa by the DGAM, stolen in June 2013.

Focus Raqqa Project started in 2017 incorporating of many archaeologists and institutions, working to document the looted artifacts from Raqqa Museum

Qalaat Ja’bar Project 2022

The castle is 320 m × 170 m and is enclosed by two huge walls surrounding the castle’s facilities. In the center of the castle a mosque was built, and its minaret is still majestic after it was restored.

Photogrammetry Documentation Project

Ongoing project 2022

Photographic documentation (including video) will be used to generate 3D models and focus on the location of the damage to document it accurately. 

The project aims to create 3D digital models based on photogrammetry scans, using high-resolution cameras and drones.

The Storyteller Book

( Al-Hakawati )

That creativity is what made this voice infatuated with his outfit, book, cane, and chair. He calls all story lovers through his voice, with the aroma of Arabic coffee, “

Ongoing project 2022

Phase 1: 2019-2020

Mosul Heritage Translation

We are proud to be part of the Iraq Heritage Stabilization Program (IHSP) led by University of Pennsylvania

Heritage Roots team works to translate the most important and historical books about Mosul City in the Different eras, Mainly Books of the great Historian and Archaeologist Saeed Al-Diwaji son of Mosul

Due to the copyrights, we cannot publish these translations on our website, but later we will link you to the official website 

Phase 1: 2018-2019

 

Raqqa Museum

Rehabilitation Project

Raqqa museum is in the southern part of the city center. The area of the property is about 811 square meters. It consists of a two-story building and a side garden.

The floor area of the building is about 250 square meters. The ground floor of the museum consists of an entrance hall and includes two sections: the ancient and the classical archeology sections.

Ongoing project 2022

 

Educational Heritage Program

This project is designed to educate women, children, and youth elements of the population by giving them interconnected activities that they can use to continue learning from one another once the workshop is over.

The program works to reconnect local and displaced populations with their cultural heritage and promote awareness of the importance of protecting this cultural heritage.

Syrian Endangered Heritage Book

2015

The main writer of the book is Dr. Franklin Lamb, Who spent nearly three years (2013-2015) in Syria in order to research, photograph, and document endangered archaeological sites and to expose the illegal excavations,