Immersed in the monuments of Bosra
In Bosra, Syria, the 40 countries have experienced what it means to be a monument.
Because there are not many tourists, the monuments of this country can be protected.
The determination of Assad and his son, who successively served as president, to establish Syria as a socialist country is also a substitute for the preservation of the country’s monuments.
Behind the ancient Roman theater is the house of Bosra.
It is hard to believe that beside this world cultural heritage, it is so inaccessible.
However, in recent years, after the small Assad came to power, Syria has gradually opened up, where you can see Coca-Cola ads.
The city is small but clean.
The houses of the residents are all volcanic stone.
Like the Castle Theatre, the volcanic stone building is very strong.
At the door of the volcanic stone house, walking 40 countries saw a group of simple children.
The children of the Arab nation are still very shy, but they will be born.
Kissing each other is the most direct way for them to be friendly.
Perhaps it is rare to see a yellow person like me. After discovering that after walking 40 countries, the children around have rushed to steal the mirror.
The child’s honest father and dad are happy to watch the walking 40 countries to take pictures of the children.
He hopes that I will take more pictures of the children.
The old house of the child’s house is surrounded by monuments.
These Roman columns can be polished, and these buildings were built during the reign of the Roman Empire.
I gave the children some food, bid farewell to the family and walked behind their house.
Behind the scene of a particle size monument, without any protection, reminds me of the exposed Yuanmingyuan.
It’s no surprise that the children’s father goes out from here every day by riding a motorcycle.
Every dwelling is connected to the ruins of the historic site.
It is also a casino for children to hide and seek.
Many family houses are also built with stones that have fallen from ancient buildings.
Behind the houses there is an abandoned bath more than 1,000 years ago.
The local people are free to pick up some ancient coins when they are free, and the ancient stones are sold to backpackers who come here occasionally.
However, as long as there is time, in this open ancient building group, you can find everything you can.
So not many tourists will buy from the locals, and then, even if they pick up the treasures here, they don’t know if they can go abroad.
In this country where there are not many foreigners, don’t bother with trouble.
I know that Muslim women do not accept photographs from others, but I saw an elderly woman coming over to take a photo with a female tourist, so she asked if she could take pictures with me too?
She said: No, if the old man is seen, it is a big trouble.
After that, she turned and went to the old house where she lived.
Old people are such an idea, and young people are no exception.
Walking in 40 countries, I found a pair of local lovers who took the ancient buildings as a road. The girl in black is very beautiful.
When I was going to shoot, the boy first let the girl run away, and then one person came over and took a photo with me.
Despite the ruins everywhere, what I admire is that it has not become a junkyard.
Still very clean.
The selection of wear-resistant, non-breakable volcanic stone materials is the reason why it can be restored for a long time.
Many residents do not build houses and live directly in the ancient walls. In the eyes of the 40 countries, these poor residents are each a monopoly.
Because the stone benches that basking in the sun at each door are valuable treasures, if you change to other countries, then a lot of money can be used to collect this.
In their eyes, the most valuable thing is the blanket they weave.
In the heart of the city, there are flags flying.
Here, I can appreciate the pride of people living in the ancient city.
Because it is a monument everywhere.
In addition to the monuments, the labor export also allows people here to have a lot more foreign exchange income than other places.
Because it is far from the desert, Bosra is also the highest plain in Syria and the best agricultural area in natural conditions.
The countryside here is the most affluent in Syria, equivalent to China’s Pearl River Delta.
In recent years, the Syrian government has allowed farmers in the south to introduce economic crops such as olive trees and increase the income of farmers according to the increased characteristics.
The olive oil produced in Syria is now quite popular on the European market.
The rural areas of Bosra are also completely new to the accelerated development of the Syrian economy.
In the eyes of foreign tourists, the most attractive thing for Bosra is the ancient treasures that no one wants to scatter.