3 popular cities in Syria
Amid turmoil in the face it now, Syria is also a historic building that is not less interesting to other countries. The following is the popular cities in Syria with an exotic view of the city.
Damascus is the capital and largest city of Syria, also known as the oldest city in the world. in this city you can enjoy the typical cuisine Arab (ice cream, candy and cakes), spending on clothing, jewelry, carpets and buy drugs. One of the places that became the city’s shopping center is Harrods Market. For those who want to relax in the evening, visit to the Coffee Shop in Al Nawfara. For lodging, you can stay at the Talisman, a townhouse that will remind you on the lives of Jews in the Old City.
This city has the largest and oldest holy mosque in the world (built 3000 years ago) that is, the Umayyad Mosque, or Great Mosque of Damascus. The mosque has a large yard and spacious prayer hall as well as some original mosaics in the 8th century.
Aleppo city there are buildings considered to be one of the oldest and largest palace in the world, the great fortress called the Citadel of Aleppo. This fort was enclosed a palace in the center of the old city of Aleppo, northern Syria. In addition to the castle there are also other buildings Allepo famous near Allepo, the ruins of the Basilica of St. Simeon Splendour. You can also relax and enjoy a little dish in front of the Castle Allepo, because here also provided a nuanced outdoor cafe.
Palmyra is an ancient city in Syria, located in the northeast of Damascus (about 215 miles). In this city there are many sites that still remain. Starting from the Stone Bel, Ba’al-Shamin Stone Tomb Stone to Palmyra. Palmyra is interesting in every tourist is allowed as well hire a local guide for a camel to explore the city.