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Homs intro. Syria’s third most important city, Homs is situated 160kms north of Damascus. Once called Mesa, on the Silk Road it was the third station after Palmyra and Dura Europos. Between the Mediterranean coast and Syria’s interior cities, Homs is the central link. A number of hotels in Homs provide comfortable accommodation for guests passing through. Famous for ancient churches and mosques, the city is recognised for its twin clock towers, viewable from the windows of a few Homs hotels. Stroll through the historical roofed souks, complex mazes of narrow lanes and streets which extend from the east and the south, going from the Great Mosque to the traditional citadel. Clothing and grocery stores, artisans, cobblers, knife sharpeners, and metal workshops line the souks, which are frequented in the evening hours. Other must see landmarks include the Citadel of Salah Ed Din, the Great Mosque of al Nuri, and the Krak des Chevaliers, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The information desks in Homs hotels can easily guide tourists to the best attractions within the city.
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