In the framework of the Antiquities Department in Homs continual work in assessment of damages to archaeological and historical buildings in the old city of Homs, a specialized team visited several buildings in the city of Homs, and identified damages as follows:
Khan Al Jamal: used as a plant nursery outside the old city.
Some of the walls were collapsed, in addition to the three arched windows that decorated the second floor from the west facade. All the building facades were damaged by shells, some of the second floor internal walls were collapsed, stores on the first floor were destroyed.
Khan AL Droubi: Located at the end of Abd Hamid Droubi Street outside the old city, it was used by several activities including: Historical Society, The Scout in Homs, and some commercial shops.
Minor damages found in the Khan without affecting its construction: breaking wooden windows on both floors and vandalising shops doors on the ground floor.
Raghadan Palace: It was a commercial building, and currently a hotel, located at the intersection of Qwatly street with King Faisal Street at Martyrs' Square. The building had minor to medium damages that don’t affect its construction: collapsing some of the balconies and facades stones, burning all rooms of the three-storey building completely and vandalising contents of shops surrounding the building facades.
Al Rawda café: a commercial building located at Qwatly street outside the old city. Minor damages occurred to the building: breaking wooden windows, slight fragmenting of some external facades stones due to shells and vandalising its furniture.
Al Farah café: An architectural block Located at Qwatly street outside the old city, composed of several buildings including a café and a theatre which is the oldest theatre in Homs located above the café. It was occupied by the city council, as well as a residential building.
The building had minor to sever damages: collapsing and Collapsing the ancient theatre completely, vandalising and burning building walls.