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April 10, 2014
Syrian artist Moaffak Makhoul (top L) puts the finishing touches on a mural in al-Mazzeh neighbourhood...
Damascus, Syria
Syrian artist Makhoul puts the finishing touches on mural in al-Mazzeh neighbourhood in Damascus
Syrian artist Moaffak Makhoul (top L) puts the finishing touches on a mural in al-Mazzeh neighbourhood in Damascus April 10, 2014. A group of Syrian artists in Damascus has created the world's biggest mural made of recycled materials, a rare work aimed at brightening public space in a city sapped by war and sanctions. The mural's lead artist, Makhoul, said the idea behind the project was to give ordinary people a chance to experience art and relieve some of the pressures of daily life as the country's three-year-old conflict grinds on. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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