Beit Salahieh Hotel

Address: Al Mustadamia Stree, Aleppo, 2011 , Syria | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Al Mustadamia Stree, Aleppo, is near Souq al-Hamidiyyeh, Al Azem Palace (Palace of As'ad, Pasha al-'Azm), and Omayyad (Umaiah ) Mosque.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Aleppo

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    A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 09, 2011

    ... s major skills is making up fairy stories each of the artefacts we found now comes with a detailed history.We have now got used to military manoeuvres wherever we go so the sight of a mock dog fight between 2 Syrian fighter ...

    A bit of man talk when buying a scarf!!

    A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld on Mar 18, 2011

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... From Aleppo we took a small day trip to visit the ruins of a Byzantine church....a church were a hermit use to live up an 18m high pole...but that's another story. The day trip involved taking two mini-buses each way. On the return we decided to skip one of the buses and walk to soak up a bit of the countryside. Every passing car, tractor or bicycle would stop to see if we wanted a lift and see if we were alright, some even asked to come to ...

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    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 04, 2010

    1 comment, 9 photos

    November 4, 2010

    And day 4 in Syria. Not so much to report today. But it is still taking twice as long as it should to get from site to site due to poor road signs and patternless country roads and towns. It is not unpleasant, as we are getting to see some fascinating everyday life of Syrian towns and villages, with their tractors and min-pickup trucks, ubiquitous motorbikes and scooters, strange little motorized wagons of various sorts ...

    Syriously Aleppo

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 01, 2010

    We managed to get thraugh the chaos at the Turkey to Syria border in just 5 quick hours. Better than the Blaine border in the middle of summer! It really was an interesting experience, but as we are at a coffee shop in a fancy western mall on the outskirts of Aleppo, and haven't found a place to stay yet, I won't take the time now.
    Watch this space for more....


    A travel blog entry by sadik.deger on Oct 04, 2010

    28 photos

    ... the Ayyubid Dynasty from 1183 and remained in Arab hands until taken by the Mongols in 1260. It returned to native control in 1317 decades after the Battle of Ain Jalut. On August 9, 1138 a deadly earthquake ravaged the city and the surrounding area. Although estimates from this time are very unreliable, it was estimated that 230,000 people had died, making it the fourth deadliest earthquake in recorded history.

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