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In a detailed report on its civilization and heritage ... a Czech website describes Palmyra as the jewel of the desert

In a detailed report on its civilization…

Prague, ST- The Czech Svetiobiagnik  website described the city of Palmyra as "the jewel of the desert", explaining that its beauty and fame come not only from its splendid monuments, but also because its name is related to Queen Zenobia, who was a model for a "beautiful, brave and ambitious" woman. The website said in an expanded report published today that the city of Palmyra witnessed a golden age when Queen Zeno...

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Houses form heritage museums in Bosra

Houses form heritage museums in Bosra

Daraa, ST- People of Bosra Al-Sham in Daraa countryside have turned some of the old houses which still preserve their  traditional architectural style,  into museums and galleries of folklore, highlighting the traditional textiles and cuisine that Horan region is famous for. Director of Tourism, Yasser Al-Saadi remarked with a statement to the SANA that the ancient houses of Bosra are distinguished by their cultural richness and still preserve t...

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Christmas in Homs

Christmas in Homs

This Christmas tree is not in Europe or in America, but in a country that has been ravaged by terrorism for 10 years. Al- Hawash – Al- Nadarah Valley-Homs Amal Farhat

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The National Folklore magazine celebrates the Golan heritage and arts in its new issue

The National Folklore magazine celebrate…

Damascus,(ST)- The folklore magazine devoted its sixteenth issue to folklore in the occupied Syrian Golan in its various fields and arts, in addition to talking about the resistance of its citizens their heroism and their adherence to their roots Syria. The Ministry of Culture indicated that documenting the Golan’s heritage is a national duty that the Ministry promotes as a civilized part of its mission in the const...

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Al-Sewedeyah city is called  Saman Dag in Turkish, which means the mountain of hay. It is located about 30 km to the north -west of Kasab, 25 km to the village of Alyerdi and 25 km to the city of Antakya.

Owing to its location on the Orontes River , Alsewedeyah is famous for its important port which had witnessed a great prosperity in the Roman Ages. The beautiful beach made Alsewedeyah to be one of the most important touristic towns.

Besides, it is characterized by its black stones, and the majority of its population have dark skin because of the hot climate of the city. During the Byzantine centuries, Alsewedeyah was subsidiary to the Emirate ( Seis ) , which is considered as the western Emirate of the Kingdom of Armenia in the east.

Agriculture is the important economic resource of Alsewedeyah town especially olives , citrus and all kinds of fruits.
In addition, people in Alsewedeyah subsist on tourism and fishing in their livelihood.

The inhabitants of Alsewedeyah still retain their customs, traditions and their main language which is Arabic.

There are three churches related to the Roman Orthodox in Alsewedeyah, the most important and largest is the one which carries the name of the prophet Eliya. This church was restored in 1996.

Alsewedeyah also embraces several ancient and modern mosques. There is also a large market in the city center which plies all kinds of fish.

On Latakia road and about 18 km before reaching  Alsewedeyah, there stands the wonderful monastery of St. Simeon.
The Turkish occupation has displaced most of Alsewedeyah population who emigrated to Latakia as being the closest to their city, geographically and climatically.