Palmyra, Syria, is a city with a history as complex as it is spectacular.

Its ruins have been an integral part of Syrian culture for centuries, and even today, Palmyra has the distinction of being the oldest and most important archaeological site in the Middle East.

Today, more than 10,000 tourists visit the city each year, and tourists can find the city on Google Maps or on Twitter.

This article is about a tourist who visited Palmyra on his trip to Syria.

It is based on a work by Ramesh Raghavan.

The views expressed are personal.

The information in this article is based and provided by the author.

It should not be used for any purpose other than personal and educational use.