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The most amazing spot on earth

Aleppo is the oldest inhabited city in the world. full of style, live and glamour. its streets... read more

Reviewed January 5, 2018
Georges L
,
Dublin, Ireland
A bit bombed

Unfortunately there is only one shop open and it has limited stock. Most of the customers have been... read more

Reviewed January 4, 2017
victortwoone
,
geordie
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Jan 5, 2018
“The most amazing spot on earth”
Jan 4, 2017
“A bit bombed”
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Aleppo, Syria
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Reviewed January 5, 2018

Aleppo is the oldest inhabited city in the world. full of style, live and glamour. its streets takes you on a journey through all the different civilizations that lived in here. words can not describe this city. do some effort and viisit Aleppo

2  Thank Georges L
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Reviewed January 4, 2017

Unfortunately there is only one shop open and it has limited stock. Most of the customers have been shot or have left Aleppo. Such a shame.

5  Thank victortwoone
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Reviewed July 27, 2016

A very exquisite experience in one's life, walking those narrow and very old streets of the old city which is still inhabited since thousands of years. The stone paved roads, old Arabic houses, craftsmen and people... The old mixed with new, restaurants and hotels in...More

1  Thank Imad H
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Reviewed March 25, 2016

When you walk in Aleppo in the old city you really feel like a basha or Sultan, everything you need and don't need is found there, you feel you want to stop at every place, it has tons of stories.

1  Thank 299saif
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Reviewed October 15, 2015

The last time I visited the Old City in Aleppo, the Civil War had not started. It was a very beautiful visit and I hope that soon I will be able to return

1  Thank Thomas W
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Reviewed August 18, 2012

u need 2 much time 2 see & visit this place,u can feel urself in the past history. evrything hand made u can see how they make & made & win mony old still very interesting place

Thank ArzivHajinian
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Reviewed May 17, 2012

i have spent a couple of months in Aleppo a few years ago, and have otherwise visited the city many many times. This is a wonderful city, with one of the best preserved old markets in the Middle East. interesting as a city, because of...More

Thank fabiofort
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Reviewed March 12, 2012

when it was really old I'm sure it was better than now as now it looks a disaster....

1  Thank maninblackthe1
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Reviewed February 17, 2012

If In Aleppo , u can not miss visiting the old historical part of the vibrant city , where u can walk through "al medina" which is the old bazar and comes second after istanbul , or visit the famous castle from the mamlouki period...More

1  Thank MrTBeirut
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Reviewed January 14, 2012

Just a few minutes walk from the citadel, you will get transferred back to the Ottoman period (mid 19th century): spices, faux bijoux, meat, clothes, laurel soaps, sweets, rosaries... etc. Don't miss it

Thank geto_dam
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