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- Valley of The Tombs
The Valley of The Tombs is an ancient burial ground where the Palmyrenes interred their deceased. The Palmyrenes were inhabitants of the ancient city of Palmyra, ruled by the powerful and beautiful queen Zenobia. Located on the fringes of where the ancient city once stood, tombs in various stages of preservation are visible on both sides of the valley and are easily explored by visitors. This is truly a remarkable and breathtaking destination.
- Hypogeum of the Three Brothers
A hypogeum is an underground burial chamber. The Hypogeum of the Three Brothers is also located in ancient Palmyra, in the Valley of The Tombs. The tomb dates back to about 100BC and features fantastic fresco paintings – including portraits of the three brothers forever entombed inside, among other artifacts.
- Souq al-Hamidiyya
Souq al-Hamidiyya is an open air market at the entrance of the Old City of Damascus. Visitors can find everything from handicrafts made by locals to mass produced merchandise being sold here. The main promenade is lined with larger shops while the small, stone alleys off the sides are filled with smaller quaint shops. The street itself dates back to Roman times, but most of the surrounding architecture is from the 19th century.
- Souq in Aleppo
The Souq in Aleppo, Syria is, perhaps, one of the most quaint shopping districts in all of the country. Although it’s a thriving, bustling marketplace, not much has changed since its inception in the 13th century. The open air market has retained much of its original feel because it’s where the locals still do their shopping for everything from groceries to household items. The shop owners are very cordial and are known to invite Souq visitors over for tea. The Souq is one of the best ways to experience the “real” Syria.
- Church of the Girdle of Our Lady
The Church of the Girdle of Our Lady in Homs, Syria is an interesting place to for many reasons. One is its name. The other is the story behind its name. In 1953, the patriarch of the church announced that a small strip of red cloth found in the tiny little church with the red tile roof was actually a girdle worn by The Virgin Mother Mary. The church still has a very active Orthodox congregation today.
- Shrine of John the Baptist in Damascus
The Shrine of John the Baptist is another interesting place to visit in Syria, due to the sheer lore behind its origin. The local legend says that during the building of the Umayyad Mosque in the 8th century, a casket was unearthed. Inside the casket was John The Baptist’s head – complete with his hair and skin. On the site they built the shrine, which is a green dome-shaped structure today. Although the authenticity of this story and the person in the shrine is disputed, the shrine still remains a very popular destination for tourists.
- Crac des Chevaliers
Crac des Chevaliers is an ancient castle on the outskirts of Homs, Syria. It was constructed in 1031 along the only route from Antioch to Beirut as a military stronghold. Due to its isolated location some 700m above sea level, it was one of the most guarded and well-protected castles in the world. Crac des Chevaliers was never captured by opposing forces and is considered today to be the most well preserved castle in the world.
- Saladin Castle
Saladin Castle, located near Latakia, Syria, is another magnificent example of castle architecture. Nobody knows how old Saladin Castle is, but its know to exist, for sure, before 334BC. This castle is a proverbial fortress, featuring walls that are five meters thick and a trench nearly 30 meters deep surrounding it. Towers, stables, a cistern and a palace with baths are still visible within the castle walls today.
Latakia, Syria is an all-inclusive destination for tourists in Syria. It has all the history and impressive architecture as the other areas of the country, but also offers a lot of modern amenities that other regions cannot. Due to its proximity on the Mediterranean Sea, Latakia is a hot spot for beach and water sports enthusiasts.
- Dead Cities of Northern Syria
The Dead Cities in Northern Syria are ancient ghost towns. The scattering of cities include over 600 examples of Byzantine churches, homes, buildings and monuments. A large percentage of them are extremely well preserved and give the impression that the ancient inhabitants just simply moved away and left it all behind one day.