Environment of Syria: Aqueducts in Syria, Birds of Syria, Bosra, Energy in Syria, Fauna of Syria, Flora of Syria, Oil Companies of Syria

 
9781156078068: Environment of Syria: Aqueducts in Syria, Birds of Syria, Bosra, Energy in Syria, Fauna of Syria, Flora of Syria, Oil Companies of Syria
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 273. Not illustrated. Chapters: Aqueducts in Syria, Birds of Syria, Bosra, Energy in Syria, Fauna of Syria, Flora of Syria, Oil Companies of Syria, Palmyra, Ramsar Sites in Syria, Water Supply and Sanitation in Syria, World Heritage Sites in Syria, Damascus, Zenobia, Aleppo, Krak Des Chevaliers, Water Politics in the Jordan River Basin, List of Birds of Syria, Water Resources Management in Syria, List of Mammals of Syria, European Water Vole, Battle of Bosra, Artemisia Annua, Arab Gas Pipeline, Cassius Longinus, Jordan Valley Unified Water Plan, Dactylis, Menetries's Warbler, Citadel of Salah Ed-Din, Palmyrene Empire, Pinus Halepensis, Greater Mouse-Eared Bat, Palestine Sunbird, Odaenathus, Dunn's Lark, Temple of Bel, Moustached Warbler, Trans-Arabian Pipeline, Roman Theatre of Bosra, Lesser White-Toothed Shrew, Norias of Hama, Solidago Virgaurea, Gemarrin Bridge, Anthemis Tinctoria, Sabkhat Al-Jabbul, Kharaba Bridge, Callinicus, Salvia Dominica, Vaballathus, Maeonius, Al-Omari Mosque, Battle of Emesa, Tadmor Prison, Salvia Hierosolymitana, Solanum Incanum, Battle of Immae, Kirkuk–banias Pipeline, Salvia Palaestina, Tsolov's Mouse-Like Hamster, Syrian Petroleum Company, Zabdas, Environmental Issues in Syria, Antipater of Bostra. Excerpt: Coordinates : 35°8 7 N 36°45 11 E / 35.13528°N 36.75306°E / 35.13528; 36.75306The norias of Hama on the Orontes River The Norias of Hama (Arabic : ) are a number of norias ("wheels of pots") along the Orontes River in the city of Hama , Syria . Only seventeen of the original norias remain. They are mostly unused now and serve an aesthetic purpose. They were called "the most splendid norias ever constructed." History Al-Na urah al-Muhammadiyah at the beginning of the 20th centuryThere is some evidence that norias first were developed around Hama during the Byzantine era, although none of the nori...

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