The ruined area to the left immediately after passing through the arch of the Great Colonnade is a small trapezoidal temple built in the...
There’s no entry fee and no opening hours for the ruins, although three sites (the Temple of Bel, the Theatre and Elahbel, one of the...
Palmyra's theatre, lies on the south side of the street accessed between two arches in the colonnade. Until the 1950s it was buried...
Lonely Planet review
On the north side of the great colonnaded way, four columns standing forward of the line of the portico announce the location of what was once a public bathhouse founded by Diocletian. These columns once carried a pediment over the entrance, but this has been lost. The baths survive only as trenches and as outlines scored in the baked earth.