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was amazing place

It was very historical and amazing place but unfortunately as I see on news terrorists groups... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2017
Mehmet Nezir Y
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Istanbul, Turkey
Serene

Never been to a place like this in all my travels. It is steeped with mystery and has a feel of... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2015
Abu Nar S
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Nairobi Region, Kenya
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2 Aug 2017
“was amazing place”
9 Sep 2015
“Serene”
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Reviewed 2 August 2017

It was very historical and amazing place but unfortunately as I see on news terrorists groups occupied there and damaged all historical place :(

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Reviewed 9 September 2015

Never been to a place like this in all my travels. It is steeped with mystery and has a feel of sereneness that I have never experienced before.

1  Thank Abu Nar S
Reviewed 6 July 2012

THis site is eerie in that the whole population up and left without leaving clues at to why. THey church and the baths are well preserved as are a few houses, one even has a arch inside showing how they built second floors. Some of...More

4  Thank tumbuna
Reviewed 29 November 2011

I love abandoned places and Serjilla was one of the most amazing of the kind I visited. The misty weather definitely helped, bringing an extra dramatic atmosphere. Also the fact that there was absolutely nobody there was good.

1  Thank TorgutPt
Reviewed 8 April 2011

There are a number of "Dead Cities" in this part of Syria, basically ancient ghost towns. Serjilla is supposed to be the most intact one and my wife and I found it fascinating, very fun to explore on your own. It is has several good...More

1  Thank Flat_Planet
Reviewed 18 May 2010

It's further than I expected the drive from Aleppo to Serjilla, but if you take the right route you'll be treated to a snaking piece of black top through some nicely undulating olive and fruit orchards, connecting up a series of these Dead Cities. It's...More

2  Thank jonnymaserati
Reviewed 10 January 2009

The Dead City of Serjilla is just too cool. It's a series of abandoned stone buildings that once comprised an obviously bustling urban center. These days, you can see everything from in-tact buildings to crumbling ones. There are no paintings that I could see, but...More

4  Thank travellerin30s
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