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Saturday, March 19

Al-Azem Palace

Al-Azem Palace, is a fine example which indicates that ancient Syrians considered one's home, one's paradise. The desire to create a personal paradise inspired them to build beautiful homes embellished with drawings, decorations, water fountains, large yards, trees and flowers. These lovely homes are made visually more attractive by entering from narrow lanes into open, sunny, green court yards.
It was Built in 1749 by Asa'ad Pasha Al-Azem south of the Umayyad Mosque as a residence for Al-Wali (The Governor), then converted into a Museum of Folk Traditions.
The craf of manual glass-making


  • Wow i have been here;) btw thx alot galia for ur sweet comment on my blog:)u really seem 2 be natural as well;)another btw i am a gemini as well so we may understand each other lol:)

    By Blogger M!R@CHK@, at 19/3/05 8:13 PM  

  • Thanks Mira, and nice to meet u... since u r a gemini I'm sure we'll be great firends!

    By Blogger Ghalia, at 20/3/05 12:19 AM  

  • I wish they let you take pictures inside the rooms.. I love the atmophere in those rooms on the premiter..
    nice pics

    By Blogger Omar, at 20/3/05 1:28 AM  

  • Ya Galia i am sure we will ;)nice 2 meet u 2:)

    By Blogger M!R@CHK@, at 20/3/05 12:43 PM  

  • And what about those private gardens whith fountains, where you can ear water drizzle its music,so soft you realize the quiteness of the place.That's the impression I get from patios.

    By Blogger GPV, at 6/4/05 3:06 PM  

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