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Story of Syria

Syria or Syria, whose official name is the Syrian Arab Republic since 1961, is a central republic of 14 provinces with a capital city of Damascus located in the Middle East region of West Asia; bordered to the north by Turkey, to the east by Iraq, to the south by Jordan, to the west by Palestine, The Mediterranean, with an area of 185180 square kilometers, has varied terrain and vegetation cover, and a medium to semi-dry climate. Syria ranks side by side with Iraq as the oldest cradle of human civilization.

The city of Damascus is considered to be the oldest city in the world. The country has many human settlements dating back to the Stone Age. In ancient times, the country flourished in the fertility of its soil and as a route for commercial convoys or armies. It had successive strong empires, On the entire Fertile Crescent, and emerged since the eleventh century BC Aramaic civilization, which continued the identity of the country’s basic civilization until most of the majority until the eleventh century AD. In the Antic era, the country was part of the Seleucid Empire and during the Middle Ages after the conquest of the Levant, the country was the capital of the Umayyad state – the largest Islamic country in history in terms of area – and during the Abbasid state a number of emirates and influential countries, It lasted until the First World War. After the war, Syrian independence was announced on 8 March 1920 by the Syrian General Conference. Subsequently, gradually, until 1936, five entities within the Syrian Republic, which were fully independent in 1946, were reunited.

The diverse fabric of the Syrian Arab Republic, which has existed for 2,000 years, whether culturally, religiously or ethnically, has given Syria a diverse culture of all origins and cultures.
The economy depends mainly on agriculture, tourism and services with underground resources, some of which are not yet invested.

Syria divides from natural geography into four regions:
Coastal Area – Mountainous Area – Internal Area – Badia Region
Syria has a climate of the Mediterranean, characterized by a rainy summer and a dry summer, interspersed with short transitional seasons.
International calling code: +963
Telephone codes: Damascus 011 – Lattakia 041.
Ports: Lattakia – Tartous – Banias