This show is made with love and doesn’t have anypolitical or religious preferences.The purpose of the show is to make you ...
 Leave Syria alone!We don’t have oil…
MORE THAN 600 CIVILIZATIONS IN MORE THAN10,000 YEARS
Are you Jewish?Are you Muslim?I’m SyrianAre you Christian?
ONE OF SYRIA INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
Aleppo
Aleppo Citadel
Aleppo University
Ananias Church
Azem Palace
Damascus Azem Palace
Cattle Ranch
Apple is one of many fruits that grow in Syria
Citrus Trees
Damascus market- all kind of dry and fresh fruits andvegetables
Cham Cote D’Azur, the largest resort on the Mediterranean Sea.
Craque De Chevalier
Crystalline cave dating back to millions of years,discovered in Hama
Damascus
Damascus - St. Paul’s Gate
Damascus Museum
DAMASCUS AIRPORT
Damascus citadel
Damascus – Opera House
Damascus - University
Famous Damascus Steel
One of Syria’s luxury Malls
Fish Farm
University Graduation
Modern irrigation
The new generation
International Expo in Damascus
Arabian horses
Jar dated over 10,000 b.C.
Jobar Synagogue, 2000 years old
Latakia Port
Maaloula
Maaloula, the only place on earth where it stillspeaks Jesus Christ’ language - “ the aramaic”
Maraat College
Mar Mussa, 8500 b.C. neolithic period.
Massar Children Discovery Centre
Massar Children Discovery Centre
Saladin’s Mausoleum
Syrian coal, one of the export items
Modern medical equipment
Monastery of Sydnaya
Mosque in Hama
King Nimrod period
Cham Ebla hotel
Dining in Damascus old city
Noria in Hama
Old Damascus
Olives Field
BOSRA
Omayyad Architecture
One of Damascus multiple Universities
Damascus Opera House
Palmyra at night
Palmyra
Respecting the freedom of religion, one of Syria’sbest assets.
Saint Simeon
Saladin Castle
Student Housing at Damascus University
Sufi-dance
Syria is the 5th producer of olives worldwide.
The Eighth Gate
Grand Mosque of Damascus
Modernized farming by introducing greenhousestechnology
Syrian Congress
Syrian gastronomy
Syrian lamb, unique in the world
Mall
Stock Exchange
A Syrian village
Tabacco
Tartus
Tartus port
Tartus
Textile industry
The Tomb of Abel, west of Damascus
Tomb of St. John Baptiste inside Omeyad Mosque
Ugarit 1300 b.C.
Ugarit - the first alphabet of the world
Umayyad Mosque
Wheat Field
Wood Furniture
Pope John Paul’s visit to Damascus
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  1. 1. This show is made with love and doesn’t have anypolitical or religious preferences.The purpose of the show is to make you see thereal Syria.
  2. 2.  Leave Syria alone!We don’t have oil…
  3. 3. MORE THAN 600 CIVILIZATIONS IN MORE THAN10,000 YEARS
  4. 4. Are you Jewish?Are you Muslim?I’m SyrianAre you Christian?
  5. 5. ONE OF SYRIA INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
  6. 6. Aleppo
  7. 7. Aleppo Citadel
  8. 8. Aleppo University
  9. 9. Ananias Church
  10. 10. Azem Palace
  11. 11. Damascus Azem Palace
  12. 12. Cattle Ranch
  13. 13. Apple is one of many fruits that grow in Syria
  14. 14. Citrus Trees
  15. 15. Damascus market- all kind of dry and fresh fruits andvegetables
  16. 16. Cham Cote D’Azur, the largest resort on the Mediterranean Sea.
  17. 17. Craque De Chevalier
  18. 18. Crystalline cave dating back to millions of years,discovered in Hama
  19. 19. Damascus
  20. 20. Damascus - St. Paul’s Gate
  21. 21. Damascus Museum
  22. 22. DAMASCUS AIRPORT
  23. 23. Damascus citadel
  24. 24. Damascus – Opera House
  25. 25. Damascus - University
  26. 26. Famous Damascus Steel
  27. 27. One of Syria’s luxury Malls
  28. 28. Fish Farm
  29. 29. University Graduation
  30. 30. Modern irrigation
  31. 31. The new generation
  32. 32. International Expo in Damascus
  33. 33. Arabian horses
  34. 34. Jar dated over 10,000 b.C.
  35. 35. Jobar Synagogue, 2000 years old
  36. 36. Latakia Port
  37. 37. Maaloula
  38. 38. Maaloula, the only place on earth where it stillspeaks Jesus Christ’ language - “ the aramaic”
  39. 39. Maraat College
  40. 40. Mar Mussa, 8500 b.C. neolithic period.
  41. 41. Massar Children Discovery Centre
  42. 42. Massar Children Discovery Centre
  43. 43. Saladin’s Mausoleum
  44. 44. Syrian coal, one of the export items
  45. 45. Modern medical equipment
  46. 46. Monastery of Sydnaya
  47. 47. Mosque in Hama
  48. 48. King Nimrod period
  49. 49. Cham Ebla hotel
  50. 50. Dining in Damascus old city
  51. 51. Noria in Hama
  52. 52. Old Damascus
  53. 53. Olives Field
  54. 54. BOSRA
  55. 55. Omayyad Architecture
  56. 56. One of Damascus multiple Universities
  57. 57. Damascus Opera House
  58. 58. Palmyra at night
  59. 59. Palmyra
  60. 60. Respecting the freedom of religion, one of Syria’sbest assets.
  61. 61. Saint Simeon
  62. 62. Saladin Castle
  63. 63. Student Housing at Damascus University
  64. 64. Sufi-dance
  65. 65. Syria is the 5th producer of olives worldwide.
  66. 66. The Eighth Gate
  67. 67. Grand Mosque of Damascus
  68. 68. Modernized farming by introducing greenhousestechnology
  69. 69. Syrian Congress
  70. 70. Syrian gastronomy
  71. 71. Syrian lamb, unique in the world
  72. 72. Mall
  73. 73. Stock Exchange
  74. 74. A Syrian village
  75. 75. Tabacco
  76. 76. Tartus
  77. 77. Tartus port
  78. 78. Tartus
  79. 79. Textile industry
  80. 80. The Tomb of Abel, west of Damascus
  81. 81. Tomb of St. John Baptiste inside Omeyad Mosque
  82. 82. Ugarit 1300 b.C.
  83. 83. Ugarit - the first alphabet of the world
  84. 84. Umayyad Mosque
  85. 85. Wheat Field
  86. 86. Wood Furniture
  87. 87. Pope John Paul’s visit to Damascus
  88. 88.  American Actress
  89. 89.  Co- Founder &CEO of AppleComputer.
  90. 90.  Correspondent forCNN.
  91. 91.  Governor ofIndiana State
  92. 92.  Mexican Writer
  93. 93. Comedian, Actor &Writer.
  94. 94.  Miss New York, USA 2003.
  95. 95.  Actor
  96. 96. Actress
  97. 97.  Singer, Songwriter &Actor.
  98. 98.  President ofArgentina 1989-1999
  99. 99.  Dancer, Singer &Actress.
  100. 100. Actor
  101. 101.  Poet
  102. 102.  American DemocraticPolitician
  103. 103.  Academy Award-WinningActor.
  104. 104.  Poet
  105. 105.  Artist
  106. 106.  Famous Singer,Composer & Actor
  107. 107.  Athlete Best Heptathletein 1992-1995
  108. 108.  Race Car Driver.
  109. 109. Actor
  110. 110.  At first sight you see a hub of civilizations and culturesbut, if you look closer you will find everything your heartdesires. From our world-class infrastructure to our diverse business field,Syria offers endless cultural and human history. A quick tour of our mountains, jagged canyons and rollingfields reveals that Syria offers an array of exciting destinationsthat are sure to fulfill your desires… And now, don’t forget our most important feature, ourpeople...you will find friendly welcomes, a helpful hand, and hospitalitythat is not matched anywhere else in the world. Leave Syria Alone, we don’t have oil.

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