Syria extends over 185 km2 with a 183 km coastline on the Mediterranean Sea forming its western gate. The land is also a melting-pot of successive civilizations and different cultures dating back over ten thousand years ago.
Syria consists of four big regions; the coast region, with its moderate climate; the mountains regions, which consists of two chains: Latakia mountains in the west and Al-Zawia mountains in the east; the interior regions, which consist of Aleppo and Al Jazirah valleys where the Euphrates runs, in addition to Homs and Hanna valleys and the Syrian Bay, located in the middle and the east of Syria.
His capital, Damascus, is considered one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, and a mixture of glorious heritage and modernity. The city witnessed many civilizations that cooperated among them, preserving their imprints and monuments. Many poets and travellers praised Damascus and were fascinated by its wonders.
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