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One of the most interesting and, thus, most often visited Dead Cities between Hama and Aleppo, Serjilla is situated in a natural bassin open to the south, and comprises large ruins of an entire Byzantinian colony with houses, a church, bathes, tombs and sarcophagi.

The two-floor Andron equipped with columns, an assembly room for men, is considered one of the best preserved buildings of Syria's ruin and desert cities.

The impressing three-aisled church is one of the region's oldest and dates back from 372 n.Chr. Serjilla is a perfect place for a lonesome picknick.

 

 

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