The statue in the picture is a gift from the Italian architect “Raimondo Tommaso D’Aronco” on AD 1907 – Marjeh Square at the city center of Damascus / Syria.
Here are few ethics that Syrians crow about when others speak about animal rights:
Car makers are working now on suitable models for the Syrian market.
I’ve been interviewed by Anna about Syria. With her interesting questions and lovely approach, I hope you enjoy the interview published on her blog – comments are there too:
Thank you very much, Miss A, for giving me the opportunity to talk about Syria on your wonderful blog. Please note that the following answers were prepared by my whole family. We sat together for an hour or some drinking coffee and answering the interview’s questions 🙂
I don’t believe that you’ll visit me to give me toys. Our house doesn’t have a chimney nor can our roof tolerate the weight of your reindeers. I also can’t write you. We don’t have socks without any hole to put my letter in there.
Shawarma and Falafel are traditional dishes of Syria. Although both are famous in the neighborhood, they are best served in Syria.
The two videos below were shooted by my camera while in Syria / Damascus – 2010.
These two videos are from my archive. They are 7 years old. They might not be the best. However, I was very happy to find them and I’m sharing with you – I haven’t done much editing here…