Scientists from the Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences have completed a detailed 3D model of the ancient city of Palmyra in order to preserve the historical site and facilitate its reconstruction. The institute announced, according to Sputnik, the completion of a project aimed at creating a three-dimensional model of Palmyra, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, explaining that the three-dimensional model is the most accurate and detailed digital data system that has been developed in order to preserve the ancient Palmyra and rebuild it for future generations, indicating that The form was submitted to the General Directorate of Antiquities and Museums in the Syrian Arab Republic. For his part, Director of Antiquities and Museums, Dr. Mahmoud Hammoud indicated that the implementation of the project was carried out in two phases, where the second phase was completed, which is very important for documenting damage to the city and illegal archaeological excavations, to be a real step on the road to restoring and rehabilitating Palmyra. He emphasized that this project comes within a series of projects in cooperation with the Russian side to serve the Syrian cultural heritage, including the restoration of antiquities and the complete rehabilitation of Palmyra Historical Museum.