Ramsis Hotel

Address: Baron Street, Aleppo, 5097, Syria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Baron Street, Aleppo, is near Souq al-Hamidiyyeh, Al Azem Palace (Palace of As'ad, Pasha al-'Azm), and Omayyad (Umaiah ) Mosque.
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