When visiting various ancient civilization sites in the Middle East, I often see various signs saying that certain countries are participating in the reconstruction of archaeological sites, most of which are countries such as Britain, France, and virtue. But this site was actually rebuilt in South Korea. I was wondering why even South Korea can be included in the international project of ancient ruins reconstruction, so why did the Chinese experts go? The real power is cultural output, not the output of building roads and infrastructure...
The tour guide said it was the site of the dynasty at that time and was also evidence of Japanese invasion. It is said that it is now listed as a world cultural heritage
Anjar, ancient historical site, long history, quaint.
Built in the 8th century, ancient Rome is a building, suitable for people interested in history and humanities