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Religious site ...

Nested in the mountain and overlooking Maaloula old town, this old christian orthodox monastery... read more

Reviewed 8 October 2017
Yucef-GB
,
Beirut, Lebanon
via mobile
nice place

A great place in the lovely Maaloula village. Ceiling and paint are great and like to photographer... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2017
JavadAbbasi
,
Shiraz, Iran
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7 Oct 2017
“Religious site ...”
2 Jun 2017
“nice place”
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Maaloula, Syria
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Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile

Nested in the mountain and overlooking Maaloula old town, this old christian orthodox monastery offers a feeling of faith and serenity , pay it a visit while in rif-damascus area.

Thank Yucef-GB
Reviewed 2 June 2017

A great place in the lovely Maaloula village. Ceiling and paint are great and like to photographer it.

1  Thank JavadAbbasi
Reviewed 24 July 2015

A long journey, a meandering walk through stunning rock walls, a refreshingly non-smoking rule and a man on a donkey and pigeon for company

Thank January1872
Reviewed 2 November 2014

the minute you step in, you feel the holiness of this place. If you are lucky you will have the chance to get the blessings of one of the spiritual nuns in that monastery ( I had that chance, and it was a real great...More

1  Thank Bob S
Reviewed 16 July 2009

this is a part of pilgrimage program for eastern orthodox christians, as well as a lot of shiaa visitors (surprisingly). the monastery has an old part (2000 years old), and the added on outer new part..make sure to find the old part where the saint's...More

4  Thank eddnash
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