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Salt Turk Sehitligi, Al Salt

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  • Its Fantastic and respectful Place where The ottomans Defended Greater Syria From The French ,british colonization occupation their defeat lead eventually to many problems WE still face in our region ...  more »
  • To visit Salt you don't need to have a guide, it is much more pleasant to discover for yourself the various buildings of the Ottoman period that lie along the via Beit Muasher and Beit Mismar, Dayr: Beit Abu Jaber are among the most interesting and best preserved. Unfortunately you can only see the facades. Inside you can only visit the Museum and various mausoleums, including that of Şehitliği, admission free. Seems like a small Bursa.
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  • A tomb with a sculpture of soldiers, no more nothing in place a small room with some photos, a small cave that has some photos, if you spare yourself the time and you're in the Salt visit otherwise not worth it, access is difficult there is no public transportation or guides a lonely place within a neighborhood
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  • Nice historical place from the Ottoman period
  • history place
  • I live in this area and it's in mint condition and overlooking salt from old Turkish castles
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  • Martyrs
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  • Mercy of the martyrs cemetery of the martyrs of the Turkish army during the first world war.
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