The family of Syrian migrants in the USA devoted their family business to a great deal – preserving the cultural heritage of their nation.

Two brothers Haidun and Maidda have opened a gallery in the 18 century building in Ellicott City. Nearby there are beautiful ancient stone buildings of the 70’s. Brothers say this place reminds them their native town.

Syria war that started in 2011 caused significant damage to the cultural life of the country.

In the gallery refugees cook their traditional dishes and treat visitors.

A thing there is traditional Syrian coffee made in hot sand.

Today Syrian art space in Massachusetts is selling mosaic items and other exquisite traditional stuff.

The founders of ‘Syriana’ gallery plan to extend their business and help refugee craftsmen sell their production.