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Bosra: The ancient capital city ruins for the Roman province of Arabia (Part –

Village of Maalulla, the only place on the planet where Aramaic is still spoken. Syria

Maaloula.

The original statue of Virgin Mary, Maaloula, Syria: This statue of our Blessed Mother in Maaloula, was destroyed by Syrian Rebels, the rebel group known as Al-Nusra Front.

Temple of Bel, Syria. The Temple of Bel is an ancient stone ruin located in Palmyra, Syria. (V)

Temple of Bel, Syria. The Temple of Bel is an ancient stone ruin located in Palmyra, Syria.

The Great Colonnade at Apamea. Apamea (Greek: Απάμεια, Apameia; Arabic: آفاميا‎, Afamia), on the right bank of the Orontes River, was a treasure city and stud-depot of the Seleucid kings, and was the capital of Apamene. Previously known as Pharmake, it was fortified and enlarged by Seleucus I Nicator in 300 BC, who so named it after his Bactrian wife, Apama.

Syria - Apamea- The straight street with colonnades on both sides .Let's All Appreciate How Beautiful Syria Is

Maaloula, Syria....last place in the world they speak the language of Christ...Aramaic

Maaloula, Syria: Where the language of Jesus lives on

Maaloula, Syria One of my most favourite places I ever visited.

Syria - Damascus - The complex of Al Tekkiyah Al Sulaymaniah

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