Located at the crossroads of several trade routes from the 2nd millennium B.C., Aleppo was ruled successively by the ... More
Ancient City of Aleppo
Located at the crossroads of several trade routes from the 2nd millennium B.C., Aleppo was ruled successively by the Hittites, Assyrians, Arabs, Mongols, Mamelukes and Ottomans. The 13th-century citadel, 12th-century Great Mosque and various 17th-century madrasas, palaces, caravanserais and hammams all form part of the city's cohesive, unique urban fabric, now threatened by overpopulation.
Aleppo is a distinguished Syrian city,its people are basically merchants and native people of aleppo are rich men.That's why you see in some parts of the old city and modern one aspects of wealthiness. it has a loveley eastern environement that would charm you if you let it go inside you,if you walk in the old city streets,markets,around its old mosques and churches,drink a tea at one caffe and smoke shisha at another.Eat famouse meals of Aleppo Kitchen,Kouba in several ways of cocking,Kabab though..
if you visit the castle and touch the creativity of the builders.
if you come to Aleppo,contact me or any lover of Aleppo and we will show you the secrets of our mistress "Halab"
The ruins of the capital built by the parricidal King Kassapa I (47795) lie on the steep slopes and at
the summit of a granite peak standing some 370 m high (the 'Lion's Rock', which dominates the jungle from ...
This is an innovative park cum museum (Muang Boran in Thai) in which visitors can learn about Thai architecture and
history. As you drive around, you will find famous buildings, monuments and temples representing all regions in Thailand. Visitors ...
The site includes archaeological remains of three cities and 40 tombs: Wunu Mountain City, Guonei City and Wandu Mountain City,
14 tombs are imperial, 26 of nobles. All belong to the Koguryo culture, named after the dynasty that ruled ...