I like Aleppo very much! In addition, Lebanon's Tripoli and Saida are beautiful under the lens of LZ!
It's a landscape that has been ravaged by war, it has been weather-beaten and desolate, but it doesn't make people feel hopeless. I don't know why I want to see it again.
The ancient castle of very historical significance is fairly well protected, and its development needs to be improved.
I especially like that the castle on the hillside is more solemn and the building is magnificent
The oldest castle in the world Speaking of Syria, in fact, this country also has very beautiful architecture and culture. Aribo Castle is one of the most dazzling stars. I took a taxi and arrived in about 12 minutes. The place is only open from 10:00 to 17:00. No tickets are required. It is free to visit. The reason why I know this castle is because my parents traveled here before. I have seen the photos and knew how spectacular it should be, but after the war, it was more or less damaged. I was pregnant The complicated mood walked over, and there were only mounds left on the outermost ones, very desolate. It takes decades or even hundreds of years to build it, but it doesn’t take even a second to destroy it. I sigh in my heart. The latter part is well preserved, and it makes me less sad. The earthen walls are sturdy and exquisite, in a typical Arab architectural style, and the stone roads are like a maze. From time to time, I can run into one or two little wild cats basking in the sun. The stone walls are mottled and weeds have grown in many places. The castle is on a hill, from here you can see the beauty of Aleppo. Blue sky and white clouds, vehicles passing on the ground, dense buildings surrounded by trees, all this looks so beautiful. The castle occupies a large area. It took me a long time to finish browsing. It is also possible that I fainted and got lost in it.