Rehabilitation of Raqqa Museum

The Museum of Raqqa held an important collection of cultural and archeological artefacts from pre-history to modern times. The museum was damaged and reportedly looted by Daesh in 2013. The rehabilitation of the museum is now finalized; now, the museum’s artifacts will be recovered so the museum can reopen.

The Museum of Raqqa held an important collection of cultural and archeological artefacts from pre-history to modern times. However, the museum suffered damage and was reportedly looted by Daesh in 2013. The rehabilitation of the museum will be finalized in cooperation with the local NGO Roya. A first phase for the recovery of the museum’s artifacts will start, in order to allow the museum to house its collections and welcome visitors once again.

Project Details


Location: Ar Raqqah Organiser(s): La Guilde européenne du Raid Project partner(s): NGO Roya NGO Impact Funder(s): ALIPH Funding received: $85,279 Commencement Date: 01/2019 Project Status: Active
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