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Giant replicas of an ancient arch in the Syrian city of Palmyra attacked by Daesh (ISIS) militants will go on show in London and New York next year, organizers said Monday.The full-size recreation of the so-called "triumphal arch" from the 2,000-year-old Temple of Bel will reportedly be made using the world's biggest 3-D printer and put on display in London's Trafalgar Square and Times Square in New York in April.In September, satellite images confirmed that the Temple of Bel, Palmyra's main temple, had been targeted by Daesh as part of a campaign to destroy all pre-Islamic monuments, tombs and statues that cannot be sold on the antiquities market.
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