Syrian Albosta is deemed one of the oldest buses in Syria that allowed people from the countryside to travel to the cities. Back in the 1960s, there was a deficiency of transportation in the countryside that made it difficult for locals to travel. Albosta was the only available means to do so.
Today, everyone talks about how Tesla used cutting-edge technology to deliver the best possible vehicle to customers. However, the Syrian Tertera had achieved that years before Tesla appeared on the scene. I believe that Elon Musk personally should reevaluate his Tesla design and how he can utilize the economic model of the Tertera to develop a new Tesla generation.
For the Syrian family, whenever we think about September, Makdous appears in our minds like an unwritten eating code that this dish should be served for breakfast.
Traditional Clothing In Syria
Kids enjoy candy, the sunset comes, and the couple’s hearts converge.
Harvest day is an icon of the Syrian countryside summers where people get to know each other and share nature’s bounty along caring, peace, and love.
Drinking More Maté means More Happiness and Satisfaction.