Syrian pro-government forces walk on a street in the ancient city of Palmyra on March 27, 2016, after troops recaptured the city from ISIS.
The ancient city of Palmyra as seen from a residential neighborhood of the modern part of the town.
Part of the ancient city of Palmyra. The UNESCO world heritage site was widely feared to have been razed by ISIS militants.
Greco-Roman inspired Persian columns remain standing after Syrian troops routed ISIS militants and recaptured the ancient city, once an oasis on a vital caravan route.
A relief carved into an ancient ruin in the city of Palmyra, recently liberated from ISIS control. Fears of widespread destruction to the UNESCO site appear to have been at least partly ameliorated.
The amphitheater in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, largely undamaged after government troops recaptured the site.
Graffiti seen on ancient stones that made up the 1st-century city of Palmyra, after the city was retaken by Syrian forces with Russian air support.
The remains of the entrance to the iconic Temple of Bel, destroyed by ISIS jihadists in September 2015 in the ancient city.
Syrian pro-government forces gesture next to the Palmyra citadel.
A member of the Syrian pro-government forces flashes the V-sign in a residential neighborhood of the modern town of Palmyra.