italian teams restore damaged busts from ancient syrian city
Italian art protectors have restored two crematorium items in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, which was badly damaged by the Islamic State group. The Roman fixer uses a 3D printer to generate replicas of the missing parts of the depression that began in the second and third centuries of AD. They connect the replacement parts with magnets. After Palmyra fell into the hands of IS militants in 2015, extremists destroyed ancient temples known for UNESCO heritage sites. The recovering Daria Montemaggiori said she was \"full of pain\" when she saw the damaged depression and was \"happy to work together to cancel the massacre \". The restored depression will return to the museum in Damascus at the end of this month.