Ancient Cities: Incredible From Their History

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Ancient Cities: Incredible From Their History, From ancient capitals to modern metropolises, these are the cities which  makes the world incredible from their monuments and from their history. Our currentaffairs24x7.com team give you the best knowledge about the oldest and

incredible cities around the globe. If you’re really an explorer, you’ll love these ancient cities. So let’s begin.

Ancient Cities: Incredible From Their History

Jerusalem:

Jerusalem is the oldest part of the country Israel, was settled in the 4th millennium BC, making Jerusalem one of the oldest city around the Globe. Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and the holiest place for Christians, Jews and Muslims. All the three religions have claim to the city as all of them has their roots in it. It is situated on western side of Dead Sea.

Damascus:

Damascus is the capital of Syria. Damascus Founded in the 3rd millennium B.C., Damascus is one of the oldest city in the Middle East. It has been called the “pearl of the East for its beauty and lushness. Damascus also called the garden of the earth.There are about hundred public fountains, hundred public baths and 120,000 gardens. These gardens are spread in westward into “Valley of Violets” which is twelve miles long and three miles wide. These historical things make Damascus more beautiful.

 

Sidon, Lebanon:

Sidon is the third-largest city of Lebanon. It is located in the South Governorate of Lebanon, on the Mediterranean coast. Sidon was discovered by the King Eshmun’azar II of sarcophagus in 1855 AD. Sidon is one of the oldest Phoenician city.

Byblos, Lebanon:

Byblos popular in some academic circles. Byblos is one of the oldest Phoenician city. Phoenician cities existed prior to 1200 B.C. Byblos is a Mediterranean city in the Mount Lebanon.  Inhabited since Neolithic times, it has been closely linked to the legends and history of the Mediterranean region for thousands of years at Governorate, Lebanon.

 

Jericho, West Bank:

Jericho is a city in the Palestinian Territory and it is located near the Jordan River in the West Bank. Jericho is one of the earliest cities in the world, dating perhaps from about 9000 BC. In 1994 Jericho become autonomous under the agreement between Israel and Palestine Liberation Organization and also Jericho was the first Arab town in the West Bank. Maximum numbers of population here are engaged in agriculture.

Aleppo, Syria:

Aleppo is a city in Syria. The Old City of Aleppo is the historic city center of Aleppo, Syria. The amazing Aleppo museum is one of the oldest museum in the world but the ISIS terrorists group fired mortars into it and 70% of the Museum destroyed. Many districts of the ancient city remained essentially unchanged since its construction during the 12th to the 16th century.

Athens, Greece:

Athens is the capital of Greece. The city is still dominated by 5th-century BC. landmarks, including the Acropolis, a hilltop citadel topped with ancient buildings like the Colonnaded Parthenon temple. The Acropolis Museum, along with the National Archaeological Museum, preserves sculptures, vases, jewelry and more from Ancient Greece.

 

Varanasi, India:

Varanasi is the oldest city in Indian state of Uttar Pradesh  from 11th century B.C. Varanasi also called a  spiritual capital of India. It is located on the banks of River ‘Ganges’. Hindus yearn to do “Kashi Yatra” at least once in their lifetime. They also prefer that the mortal remains be scattered in the River ‘Ganges’ at Kashi.

 

These above ancient cities is one of the oldest cities in the World,in these cities there are still existence of ancient monuments and historical buildings. Many of which are in a special period of glory and prosperity were captured, destroyed or abandoned. Thanks to new technologies they seek and find archaeological  to preserve them.

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