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Travel video about destination Aleppo in Syria. Sturdy walls and gates protect the ancient historic city of Aleppo in Syria.The narrow lanes in the old town, and its many historic buildings, have retained all the character and charm of a mediaeval metropolis. The city has a flourishing economy which is mainly due to its favourable location at the junction of several important trading routes. In 1169 the Umayyade Mosque was re-built at the command of the Zengid monarch, Nureddin, but only its impressive forty five metre high minaret has survived to the present day. The Baits are true architectural gems of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, noble and often palatial-looking buildings that once belonged to the city’s elite classes. Today Aleppo shines out once again in the glory of its ...
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A guided walking-tour of Aleppo's major historic attractions took place on Friday, for the first time since the war-torn city was liberated from the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS; formerly ISIL/ISIS). The tour marked the opening of the tourist season. Around 300 students from across the country alongside local citizens were spotted taking pictures at the compound of the Umayyad Mosque and in front of Aleppo's ancient citadel which is heavily damaged after five years of war. A special concert with music and dancing was later organised for Aleppo citizens at the amphitheater. Aleppo citizen and tour guide, Anushka Arakelyan, said that people hoped that the city "will be the same as it was before the war." "There are no nationalities here. All people love each other; all live together...
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Over the last six months the FSA and the battle for Aleppo has transitioned from a full-on frontline assault into a slow-paced but still deadly sniper war. Photographer and videographer Robert King recently returned to the conflict-ravaged city to meet the snipers of the FSA, interviewing them about the new challenges they face on the ground as they steadfastly peer through their scopes and pick off the enemy, one by one, day by day. Continue the discussion #GROUNDZEROSYRIA Watch the rest here Part 1: http://bit.ly/Ground-Zero-Syria-1 Part 2: http://bit.ly/Ground-Zero-Syria-2 Part 3: http://bit.ly/Ground-Zero-Syria-3 Part 4: http://bit.ly/Ground-Zero-Syria-4 Part 5: http://bit.ly/Ground-Zero-Syria-5 Part 6: http://bit.ly/Ground-Zero-Syria-6 Part 7: http://bit.ly/Ground-Zero-Syria-7 Part ...
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. Source: UNESCO TV / © NHK Nippon Hoso Kyokai URL: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/21/
As Aleppo starts its reconstruction work, and people slowly move back to their houses, Syria's central government is confident that the country will soon resume normalcy. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170920/8061450.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Prior to the Syrian Conflict, Travel Tales visited the famed city of Aleppo, Syria losing themselves in a labyrinth of bustling passageways and chatting with merchants and locals. They described their experience a 'magical and memorable' and lucky for us they have gathered up some of their travel videos to share with all of us. So on behalf of Travel Tales, enjoy a excerpt of their time in Aleppo, once Syria's largest and most populated city which sits in the north-western portion of the country close to Turkey's southern boarder and one of the longest inhabited cities with some scholars claiming it dates back to the 6th millennium BC. While it's history is long and vast we offer just a glimpse of life in the ancient metropolis with their video. Video presented by TenMoreSteps Video cre...
Aleppo or "Halab" in Arabic, was once Syria's largest city Aleppo, It is one of the world's oldest continually inhabited cities. During the ongoing conflict in Syria, the city suffered massive destruction forcing many of its inhabitants to flee to surrounding villages and cities. Alhamdollilah with your donations we were able to distribute potatoes to thousands of needy people. Donate at: www.SaveOurSyria.com Regular updates https://www.facebook.com/onenationUK w: www.onenationuk.org t: 01924856923 100% donation policy
Industrial districts of Aleppo city get back to functioning as the situation in the country bacomes more and more stable day by day. The syrian fovernment helps and supports local manufacturers who produce goods for internal market. And the children who lost their parents or families during the war get an opprotunity to sart a new life and work for the better future. Believe in Syria, in its revival and bright future! Peace to Syria, peace to Aleppo.
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Aleppo rialza la testa tra le macerie, il sangue, i bambini cresciuti nel terrore, le donne violentate dagli jihadisti e rifiutate dalle famiglie d’origine. Una città della Siria diventata il simbolo mondiale del terrore che oggi cerca lentamente con speranza di riprendersi la propria esistenza. Le telecamere di Tv2000, attraverso il reportage dell’inviato Massimiliano Cochi dal titolo ‘Aleppo: le macerie, la speranza’ sono tornate nei luoghi distrutti di Aleppo.
Ecstatic local rides along with police on a motorcycle around the government-held areas of Aleppo. The people seem to be glowing with happiness, and a bunch of restaurants are open for business. Difficult to see the traces of the occupation