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Walking through the Al-Hamidiyah Souq from the Umayyad Mosque towards Al-Thawra street inside the old walled city of Damascus in Syria (prior to the war). Damascus,دمشق,Dimashq,Dimisheʼ,ash-Sham,الشام,ash-Shām,City of Jasmine,مدينة الياسمين,Madīnat al-Yāsmīn,Damsyik,Damaskus,ደማስቆ,Domás,ܕܪܡܣܘܩ,Damas,Димишкъ,Dəməşq,দামেস্ক,Дамаск,Горад Дамаск,དྷ་མ་སི་ཁོ་སི།,Damask,Damasc,Damašek,ދިމިޝްޤު,Δαμασκός,Damasco,Damasko,Damascu,Dimashq ach-Cham,An Damaisc,𐌳𐌰𐌼𐌰𐍃𐌺𐍉,다마스쿠스,Kamakeko,Դամասկոս,दमिश्क,דמשק,ಡಮಾಸ್ಕಸ್,დამასკი,Шам,Damasiko,Damasi,Dameski,Şam,Dimeşq,Damaska,Damaskas,Damasch,Damaszkusz,Damaskosy,ദമാസ്കസ്,दमास्कस,دمشق,ဒမားစကပ်မြို့,ダマスカス,Димашкъ,ଡାମାସକସ,Damashq,ਦਮਸ਼ਕ,د مشق,Damaszek,Дамаскус,Damasku,Дамаскъ,Dimishiq,دیمەشق,Damaskos,திமிஷ்கு,Damasche,ดามัสกัส,Димишқ,دەمەشىق,Dimäjk,大馬士革,大马士革 Souq,...
A walk through the covered souk was always a lively, bustling affair. Our group didn't have the opportunity of experiencing life in any of the areas controlled by the 'rebels' but I wonder if we would have seen the same ebullience from people attending beheadings and crucifixions in Idlib or Raqqa. I'm sure we would have heard some exultant cries of "Allahu Akbar!," though.
(14 Oct 2016) LEAD IN A tamarind seller who travelled the world promoting the traditional Syrian drink is still working in the souks of Damascus. Abu Mohammad once visited more than thirty countries in a bid to boost tourism. STORY-LINE The sweet juicy tamarind has for centuries been sold in its fruit juice form by the juice vendors of Damascus. In the heat of this ancient Damascus market, Abu Mohammed, carrying his huge pitcher, knows the perfect way to stay refreshed. He serves tamarind, a traditional Syrian juice made from the sticky brown pulp from the tamarind tree, mixed with sugar and rose water. Not only does Abu Mohammed sell the cold drink, he accompanies his product with songs from Damascus folklore. So routed in Syrian history is the ancient tamarind drink that Abu Mo...
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A report produced by Day Press TV www.dp-news.com It's funny though, back home in Damascus, buying cut and cleaned vegetables is considered to be an odd thing. In Norhtern America it is a comen thing, especially the frozen food...House wives in Syria must clean and cut all those different kind of vegetables by themselves, otherwise, you are lazy ! It is just something not traditional... تقرير من إنتاجDay Press TV دمشق - سوريا سوق التنابل ..موجود في شارع الشعلان بمدينة دمشق حالة جديدة على عاداتنا و تقاليدنا
open market in damascus at the beginning of the afternoon
Artisanat is the artisan market located in the Takiyya as-Suleimaniyya in Damascus. This complex includes a mosque and contains the market in the former madrassa. The complex was an early design of Sinan, one of the great architects of the Ottoman empire, who went on to design the Suleymaniye mosque in Istanbul.