Umayyad Mosque

The Umayyad Mosque is one of the landmarks of the ancient city of Aleppo in Syria, where its history dates back to the eighth century, while its history dates back to the eleventh century, and it is called the Great Mosque, and it is made up of a 45-meter minaret and a main square that contains a fountain. This is indicated that The mosque was destroyed in 2013 by bombing during the war in Syria.

Church of St. Simeon the Stylite

The Church of St. Simeon the Stylite is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the year 2011 AD, and it is the oldest of the churches built by the Byzantines. It is located in the northwest of the city of Aleppo, and this church was built to commemorate the monk Saint Simon, and it contains the column on which the saint is forgotten, which is 15 meters long.

Aleppo Citadel

The Citadel of Aleppo is one of the oldest and largest historical buildings in the world, and it is an impenetrable palace that mediates the city, as it is located to the north of Syria, as it was built back to the Middle Ages, but it was used in the middle of the third millennium BC, where it was after being invaded by It was accepted by the Greeks, Byzantines, Ayyubids, and Mamluks, and it is mentioned that most of the building remains from the Ayyubid period.

Baal Temple in Palmyra

The Temple of Baal is one of the religious monuments in the city of Palmyra, and it is the most important landmark in the first century AD in the Middle East, where it was built during the Hellenistic era as a temple, then a major shrine was added to its construction, as there is a large corridor with columns built in the Corinthian style, The size of the temple is estimated at 205 x 210 meters.

Palace of the bone

The Azem Palace is one of the features of Ottoman architecture in the city of Damascus, and its construction dates back to 1749 AD. This name was named after the Ottoman Sultan Asad Pasha Al-Azem, who ordered his residency. The style of building the palace is a model for building Damascene houses, as it includes special rooms for women and children, and rooms to receive men and their festive occasions as well.

Citadel of Saladin

The castle is located Saoun, or Salah al-Din, to the east of the Syrian city of Latakia, about 30 kilometers from it, and the castle is classified as a World Heritage Site since 2006 AD, and is characterized by its strategic location, and its height is 410 meters, and this castle was invaded by the Crusaders in the third century Ten, but Commander Salahuddin Al-Ayyubi freed her from them.

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