Palmyra (Arabic: ????) was in ancient times an important city of
central Syria, located in an oasis 215 km northeast of Damascus and
120 km southwest of the Euphrates. It has long been a vital caravan
city for travellers crossing the Syrian desert and was known as the
Bride of the Desert. The earliest documented reference to the city
by its pre-Semitic name Tadmor, Tadmur or Tudmur,  is recorded
in Babylonian tablets found in Mari . Though the ancient site
fell into disuse after the 16th century, it is still known as
Tadmor (in Arabic ????) and there is a small newer settlement next
to the ruins of the same name.
The cache is hidden inside the Baal-Temple.
Small note on cache maintenance: Camel Master
will assist when he visits, and he also has a local friend who will
be shown where the cache is hidden.