Articles in Syria ( 375 )

375 Articles of interest in Syria

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  • Homs Camp

    Homs camp is a Palestinian refugee camp within the city of Homs, Syria and around 160 kilometers (99 mi) north of Damascus.

  • Circesium

    Circesium (Classical Syriac: ܩܪܩܣܝܢ qerqesīn) was an ancient city in Osrhoene, corresponding to the modern city of Buseira, in the region of Deir ez-Zor in Syria, at the confluence of the Khabur River with the Euphrates.

  • Church of Saint Elian

    The Church of Saint Elian (Arabic: كنيسة مار اليان‎, Kaneesat Mar Elian) is a church in Homs, Syria, located along Tarafa bin al-Abd Street near the Gate of Palmyra. The Feast of St.

  • Bnei Yehuda, Golan Heights

    Bnei Yehuda (Hebrew: בְּנֵי יְהוּדָה) is an Israeli settlement, moshav, located in the southern Golan Heights, under the administration of Israel. The moshav was built in 1972. It falls under the municipal jurisdiction of the Golan Regional Council.

  • Beit al-Mamlouka Hotel

    Beit al-Mamlouka (Arabic: بيت المملوكة‎) is a luxury boutique hotel located in the old city of Damascus, Syria. It was established in 2005 in the city's oldest borough, the Christian quarter of Bab Touma ("St.

  • Bab al-Hadid

    Bab al-Hadid (Arabic: باب الحديد‎) meaning the Iron Gate of Victory, is one of the nine historical gates of the Ancient City of Aleppo, Syria.

  • Bab al-Faraj (Aleppo)

    Bab al-Faraj (Arabic: باب الفرج‎) (Gate of Deliverance) or Bab al-Faradis was one of the 9 main gates of the ancient city walls of Aleppo, Syria. It was located at the northern side of the ancient city. The gate was ruined in 1904. Some remains are …

  • Al-Sultaniyah Madrasa

    Al-Sultaniyah Madrasa (Arabic: المدرسة السلطانية‎) is a madrasah complex located across from the Citadel entrance in the Ancient city of Aleppo, Syria. It is a religious, educational and funerary complex. It contains the tomb of sultan Malik al-Zahe…

  • Al-Salimiyah Madrasa

    Al-Salimiyah Madrasa (Arabic: المدرسة السليمية‎) is a 16th-century madrasah that houses the Tekkiye Mosque, built by the Ottomans in Damascus, Syria.

  • Al-Hariqa

    Al-Hariqa (Arabic: الحريقة‎) is a neighborhood in Damascus, Syria. It lies inside the walls of the old city south of the Citadel of Damascus between the late-Ottoman-era markets of al-Hamidiyah Souq and Medhat Pasha Souq. The neighborhood was known …

  • Al-Halawiyah Madrasa

    Al-Halawiyah Madrasa (Arabic: المدرسة الحلاوية‎) is a madrasah complex located in al-Jalloum district of the Ancient city of Aleppo, Syria. It is built in 1124 on the site of Aleppo's Great Byzantine Cathedral of Saint Helena of the 5th century, whe…

  • Al-Fayhaa Stadium

    Al-Fayhaa Stadium (Arabic: ملعب الفيحاء‎) is a multi-use stadium in Damascus, Syria, currently used mostly for football matches and serves as the home venue of Barada SC football team.

  • Rukneddine

    Rukneddine is the name of a district (neighborhood) in Damascus. Originally named after an officer under the command of Saladin, it is the birthplace of renowned Islamic scholar and former Grand Mufti of Syria Sheikh Ahmed Kuftaro, who served at the…

  • Ain Dara, Syria

    Ein Dara (Arabic: عين دارة‎ in kurdish Ayin Darê, also spelled Ain Dara or Ayn Darah) is a small village in northern Syria, administratively part of the Afrin District of the Aleppo Governorate, located northwest of Aleppo. Nearby localities include…

  • Tell Zeidan

    Tell Zeidan is an archaeological site of the Ubaid culture in northern Syria, from about 5500 to 4000 BC. The dig consists of three large mounds on the east bank of the Balikh River, slightly north of its confluence with the Euphrates River, and is …

  • Shouting Hill

    The Shouting Hill is a hill in the Israeli controlled portion of the Golan Heights. The hill is situated near the Druze village of Majdal Shams in the area of the Golan that is occupied by Israel. During the Six Day War, Israel captured the majority…

  • Nimrod, Golan Heights

    Nimrod (Hebrew: נִמְרוֹד) is a small Israeli settlement, cooperative agricultural community, in the Golan Heights on the southern slopes of Mount Hermon, and is the highest such civilian settlement in Israel at 1,110 meters (3,640 ft) above sea leve…

  • Mardikh

    Mardikh (Arabic: مرديخ‎) is a village in the Idlib Governorate of Syria. It is the nearest village to the site of historical Ebla ("Tel Mardikh"), south east of Idlib. Nearby localities include Saraqib to the north, Kafr Amim to the east, Maardabsah…

  • Mar Sarkis

    Several monasteries in Syria, Lebanon and Turkey are dedicated to Mar Sarkis and Bakhos (Saints Sergius and Bacchus, Arabic: مار سركيس و باخوس).

  • Latakia Camp

    The Latakia camp (Arabic: مخيم اللاذقية‎) is an "unofficial" Palestinian refugee camp located within the municipal boundaries of Latakia on the Mediterranean coast. Established in 1955-1956 on an area of 220,000 square meters, most of the refugees o…

  • Khalid ibn al-Walid Stadium

    Khalid ibn al-Walid Stadium (Arabic: ملعب خالد بن الوليد‎) is a multi-use stadium located in the Syrian city of Homs. It is the 3rd-largest football stadium in Syria and is mostly used for football matches.

  • Gamla nature reserve

    Gamla nature reserve is a nature reserve and archaeological site located in the center of the Golan Heights, about 20 km south to the Israeli settlement Katzrin.

  • Bassir

    Bassir(Arabic: بصير, Syriac: ܒܨܝܪ ): is a village in Hauran, located 630 (0.4 miles) meters above sea level and 51 kilometers (32 mi) southern of Damascus in Syria.Bassir is bordered from the East by Lejah, from the South by Khabab, from the West by…

  • Bab al-Maqam

    Bab al-Maqam (Arabic: باب المقام‎) is one of the Gates of Aleppo. The 13th century structure was built by al-Aziz Muhammad. Deviations in its design from the majority of medieval Syrian gates suggest that its function was ceremonial rather than mili…

  • Al-Ariqah

    Ariqah or ‘Arīqah (Arabic: عريقة) is a village in southern Syria with a population of about 3,000. It is located in the heart of the rocky volcanic plateau of Lejah also called (Lajat). Administratively Ariqah is situated in the Mantiqat Shahba (Sha…

  • Al-Hamah

    Al-Hamah (Arabic: الهامة‎; also spelled al-Hameh) is a village on the Barada river in the Qudsaya District of Rif Dimashq (Damascus Countryside) in southern Syria. It is west of the Syrian capital of Damascus city, beyond Mount Qasioun, and is now a…

  • Al-Ghantu

    Al-Ghantu (Arabic: الغنطو‎, also spelled al-Ghantoo, ALA-LC: al-Ghanṭū: but the original name is spelled: الغُنْثُر/ Al-Ghonthor, which means the land of fountains) is a town in the northern Syria, administratively part of the Homs Governorate, loca…

  • Ayn al-Bardah

    Ayn al-Bardah (Arabic: عين الباردة‎; ALA-LC: ‘Ayn al-Bārdah, which means "cold spring") is a Greek Orthodox Christian village in Syria, 55 kilometres west of Homs and 200 kilometres north-west of Damascus.