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Apamea, Apamea

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Explore the monumental remains of Apamea, an archaeological site dating back to the rule of the Seleucid kings. Set beside the Orontes River, the site includes one of the largest Roman theaters still in existence in the world. In this quiet area seemingly frozen in time many centuries ago, you can sightsee at your own pace, undisturbed by crowds. Use our Apamea travel planner to arrange your visit to Apamea and other attractions in Apamea.
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  • Apamea, Arabic Afamiyya (Afamia) was built by a Seleukid Greek ruler and named after his wife, Apamea. Seleukids were a dinasty ruling mostly Syria and Mesopotamia and Persia established by one of the...  more »
  • Everything invites you to remember a city destroy desert bride but fertile environment bavamia environment, beautiful and generous, less effects and fantastic Museum preserves the history of the area and its beauty.
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  • Stunning archeological site visited 2009 before the war - hope it survives
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