Articles in Syria ( 375 )

375 Articles of interest in Syria

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  • Çameli

    Çameli is a wooded highland district of Denizli Province at the western end of the Taurus Mountains in Turkey.

  • Tell Arbid

    Tell Arbid is an ancient Near East archaeological site in the Khabur River Basin region of Al-Hasakah Governorate, Syria near Tell Mozan, the site of ancient Urkesh.

  • Al-Nayrab

    Al-Nayrab (Arabic: النيرب‎) was a village in Syria, to the south-east of the city of Aleppo in northern Syria.

  • Midhat Pasha Souq

    Midhat Pasha Souq (Arabic: سوق مدحت باشا‎) (also called Al-Taweel Souq) is a historical souq which forms the western half of the Street Called Straight inside the old walled city of Damascus, Syria. It was named after the then Ottoman governor of Sy…

  • Maysalun

    Maysalun (Arabic: ميسلون‎) is a mountainous region in southwestern Syrian located on the eastern slopes of the Anti-Lebanon mountains about 12 kilometers west of Damascus, in the Rif Dimashq Governorate and has an elevation of about 1090 meters. The…

  • Fik Airfield

    Fik Airfield (also known as Pik) (ICAO: LLFK) is an Israeli airfield located in the Golan Heights, near the Israeli settlement and kibbutz Afik. The airfield is used for private aviation activity and operated by the Golan Regional Council. Fik has s…

  • Al-Buzuriyah Souq

    Al-Buzuriyah Souq (Arabic: سوق البزورية‎) is a historical souk located to the south of the Umayyad Mosque inside the old walled city of Damascus, Syria. The souk is famous for its spices vendors, and the many historical khans located along it, inclu…

  • Tell Tweini

    Tell Tweini is an archaeological site located 1 kilometers east of the modern city of Jableh, Syria. It is situated within the coastal plain of Jebleh within short distance of two other main archaeological sites: Tell Sukas (5 km) and Tell Siyannu (…

  • Shmemis

    Shmemis (Arabic: قلعة شميميس‎) also ash-Shmemis, ash-Shmamis) is a castle located 5 km north west of Salamiyah and 30 km south east from Hama.

  • Ramat Magshimim

    Ramat Magshimim (Hebrew: רָמַת מַגְשִׁימִים) is an Israeli settlement, moshav, in the southern Golan Heights, under the administration of Israel. The settlement was built in 1972, when Golan area was a part of the Israeli Military Governorate. In 19…

  • Latakia Sports City

    Latakia Sports City (Arabic: المدينة الرياضية باللاذقية‎), also known as al-Assad Sports City, is a sports complex in Latakia, Syria.

  • Kela Alon

    Kela Alon (Hebrew: קלע אלון‎) is an Israeli settlement organized as a communal settlement, in the Golan Regional Council, Israel. Until its depopulation in 1967, the site was occupied by the Syrian village of Qanaabé (Kana'beh), which had about 480 …

  • Karkom

    Karkom (Hebrew: כַּרְכֹּם, כרכום) is a communal settlement in northern Israel near the Jordan River, east of Hatzor HaGlilit and just north of the Kinneret.

  • Kaff al-Jaa

    Kaff al-Jaa (Arabic: كاف الجاع‎, pronounced Kāf al Jā`; also spelled Kaf al-Jaz) is a village in northwestern Syria, administratively part of the Tartus Governorate, located northeast of Tartus. Nearby localities include al-Qadmus to the west, Deir …

  • Bourzey castle

    Bourzey castle is called also Mirza castle, (Arabic قلعة ميرزا). It is located at the border of Syria coastal mountains and Ghab valley, 25 km away from Jeser Alshghur, at altitude 450 m. The inscriptions and mentioning of the castle relate it to th…

  • Alonei HaBashan

    Alonei HaBashan (Hebrew: אַלּוֹנֵי הַבָּשָׁן) is an Israeli settlement, moshav shitufi, located in the central Golan Heights, under the administration of Israel.

  • Latakia Sports City Stadium

    Latakia Sports City Stadium (Arabic: ملعب المدينة الرياضية باللاذقية‎) is a multi-purpose stadium in Latakia, Syria. It is mostly used for football matches. With a capacity of 45,000 spectators, the stadium is the second largest sports venue in Syri…

  • Vered Hagalil

    Vered Hagalil (Means "Rose of Galilee" in Hebrew) is an American-style ranch in the Galilee, uphill from the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee The ranch was founded in 1961 by Yehuda Avni, a Chicago-born Jew who established himself in Israel in 1…

  • Sha'al

    Sha'al (Hebrew: שַׁעַל) is an Israeli settlement and a moshav in the northern Golan Heights. The settlement was built in 1980 when Golan area was a part of the Israeli Military Governorate. In 1981, the area of Golan was unilaterally annexed by Isra…

  • Khirbet al-Faras

    Khirbat Al Faras (Arabic: خربة الفرس‎) is a Syrian city administratively belonging to Tartus Governorate located in the Khawabi region, its distance from city of Tartus about 20 km. Khirbat Al Faras has an altitude of 300 meters and surrounded by tw…

  • Imtan

    Imtan (Arabic: امتان‎) is a village in As Suwaydā' Governorate, southern Syria. Imtan is located 37 km south-east of the city of As Suwaydā', 1189 meters above sea level in the southern part of Jabal el Druze.

  • Hosn Suleiman

    Hosn Suleiman (Arabic حصن سليمان), a Syrian village, is found on the slope of the Alnabi Alsaleh mountain at an altitude 950 m, at a distance of 20 km from Dreikish and 56 km from Tartous.

  • Gush Hispin

    Gush Hispin (Hebrew: גוש חיספין‎, lit. Hispin Bloc) is an area in the southern Golan Heights consisting of the Israeli settlements and agricultural cooperatives of Hispin, Nov, and Avnei Eitan.