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Damascus, Outskirts intro. Damascus is the capital city of Syria at the foot of the country’s Anti-Lebanon mountain range. It is considered the religious and cultural centre of the Levant. The River Barada flows through the city centre and many Damascus hotels are located along the river, which is nearly dry. The old part of the city is surrounded by its original city wall. There are plenty of things to do for visitors staying in Damascus hotels including a visit to Sheikh Muhi al-Din ibn Arabi’s shrine. Tourists can stay in Damascus hotels set on the villages of the mountain Jabal Qasioun. The city is one of the oldest in the world and Demascus offers much in the way of traditional Syrian food and culture. A traditional Souq al-Bizuriyyah (sweet market) takes place every day and is a must for visitors wanting to try authentic Syrian spices. The streets are lined with building of traditional architecture making it a popular authentic shopping experience.
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