I am Firat. I am from Turkey but since almost 3 years i live in Germany. I have an increasingly interest in Syria since my country has been directly involved in the conflict since the beginning. Primarily out of political interest and curiousty i am following what is happening there on a daily basis. So after doing some research on the internet, i have decided to take my chances and visit at least Damascus and see what is happening there with my own eyes.
I quickly learned that…
I am looking for a guide or fixer to take me to Syria. I need to capture images of abandoned buildings and cities.
Any contacts for this are much appreciated.
Sincerely, Lucas Brunelle
Hi everybody, I have a spanish passport and I would like to visit Lebanon soon so my question if it is feasible to make a day trip to Syria´s capital. My doubts are the next:
-How could I get the syrian visa? Best place for apply?
-What is the best form to travel between Beirut and Damascus? Are there regular buses?
-Will I have serious problems to enter in the USA if I finally travel to Syria. I think they won´t believe me if I say that I entered in the country as a tourist...
-What are the main…
Hi everyone - I am attempting to visit every country in the world and have obviously run into some trouble when it comes to Syria. I know that there are other Americans on this forum attempting to find out info on this, so I wanted to see if anyone has found any helpful insights lately. I am looking for advice on the entire process, but my two main questions are if anyone has successfully applied for a tourist visa and if so how you were able to enter the country. Thanks for your help!
A bombardment of eastern Ghouta has led to the worst 48-hour death toll in Syria since a chemical attack in 2013.
Since Sunday night 250 people have been killed, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
It reported that 106 of those were killed in the bombardment on Tuesday.
Fears are mounting that violence across the country will escalate and the United States has said it is "deeply concerned" about the situation.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said the "cessation…
Remember Ain Dara- the 3000 year old temple on the hilltop near the Church of Saint Simeon Stylites north of Aleppo.
It was partially destroyed by a Turkish Air Force's airstrike during the Turkish military operation in Afrin .The strike occured on the 27th January 2018.
3000 years old - WTF!!!