Safir Al Sayedah Zeinab Hotel

Address: PO Box 684 - Al-Sayedah Zeinab, Damascus, -, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box 684 - Al-Sayedah Zeinab, Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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    A travel blog entry by thiswim on May 26, 2014

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    ... he left. I had birthed a beautiful baby girl named Sabeehah and she was the love of my life. But as I watched Sabeehah grow up I grew worried of why I had heard no words from Roni and after just two more months my worries were confirmed. One of the people traveling in Roni’s caravan had escaped from the bandits they were captured by and come back to tell me the bad news. Roni was dead. My rock, my heart, my other half was dead. And ...

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    ... and that's all it took.

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    Mosque and Churches

    A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle on Sep 13, 2010

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    ... oil back to Europe when they controlled the region. It is the second most important pilgrimage site in Orthodox Christianity, after Jerusalem. Here is an interesting article on the place: l-writing/seidnaya

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    ... and slabs lying in unnatural places and bullet riddled buildings you can still see and feel that this town used to be beautiful. The church and mosque are still standing, although hopelessly damaged and lifeless they were once beautiful and original. There presence and closeness shows a small beautiful town, where, like the rest of Syria, and like most of Middle Eastern history – spare the crusades- Islam and Christianity coexisted peacefully, and Judaism, for that matter. ...

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