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WORST CITY - Damascus, Syria

Damascus, Syria

Population: 4 Million

Worst Feature: Garbage and Corruption

Best Feature: You can haggle for just about anything

It hard to tell which is the greater stink in Syria; the garbage piled in the streets of most cities like Damascus, or the corrupt government and local officials.

The buildings are ugly, and by all accounts the people are terribly rude and always looking to rip you off somehow.

Technology is very “last century”; cell phone networks are non-existent or break down constantly, and residents complain of waiting over an hour just to check their e-mails.

 Restaurants are known to charge you extra for the use of knives forks and napkins.


Damascus, Syria - That's my hotel room - top right - eightieth floor - the one with the bullet marks.

Young girls - victims of war - selling their bodies to help feed their families. - - - This sex slavery must end!!

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Syria is one of the Middle East states, on the shores of the Mediterranean between Turkey and Lebanon. Once the intellectual and political centre of the Muslim world - Damascus was the home of the caliph - it has always been a meeting place of different cultures.

One of the poorer Arab countries, industrial productivity is low and the dominant agricultural sector remains underdeveloped, with 80 per cent of agricultural land dependent on rain-fed sources. Oil production is levelling off, creating further unemployment. The general political instability in the region is a further source of tension and unrest.

The charity began working in Syria in 1981 when the first community was built in Qodsaya, 8 km from the capital Damascus. On the side of a hill on the road towards Lebanon, the village has eleven family houses which are home to 108 children. Despite the arid and rocky conditions, trees, vines and shrubs have been planted to provide protection against the wind and sand, and flowers and even lawns have also been successfully established.


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