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foreman 10-20-2003 12:47 PM

http://www.a3n.tv/mNoticia.asp?seccion=Not...=6008075&scl=36

xicamaluca 10-20-2003 03:08 PM

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Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-13. Damascus-Syria, 20/10/2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.The King and Queen of Spain visit the Mosque of the Ummayades, built by the dynasty that ruled Syria, as well as Andalusia, in Spain, for centuries. They watch a "derviches" session and look at the beautiful walls of the Mosque.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-13. Damascus-Syria, 20/10/2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.The King and Queen of Spain visit the Mosque of the Ummayades, built by the dynasty that ruled Syria, as well as Andalusia, in Spain, for centuries. They watch a "derviches" session and look at the beautiful walls of the Mosque.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-13. Damascus-Syria, 20/10/2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.The King and Queen of Spain visit the Mosque of the Ummayades, built by the dynasty that ruled Syria, as well as Andalusia, in Spain, for centuries. They watch a "derviches" session and look at the beautiful walls of the Mosque.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-13. Damascus-Syria, 20/10/2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.The King and Queen of Spain visit the Mosque of the Ummayades, built by the dynasty that ruled Syria, as well as Andalusia, in Spain, for centuries. They watch a "derviches" session and look at the beautiful walls of the Mosque.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-13. Damascus-Syria, 20/10/2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.The King and Queen of Spain visit the Mosque of the Ummayades, built by the dynasty that ruled Syria, as well as Andalusia, in Spain, for centuries. They watch a "derviches" session and look at the beautiful walls of the Mosque.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-13. Damascus-Syria, 20/10/2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.The King and Queen of Spain visit the Mosque of the Ummayades, built by the dynasty that ruled Syria, as well as Andalusia, in Spain, for centuries. They watch a "derviches" session and look at the beautiful walls of the Mosque.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-13. Damascus-Syria, 20/10/2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.The King and Queen of Spain visit the Mosque of the Ummayades, built by the dynasty that ruled Syria, as well as Andalusia, in Spain, for centuries. They watch a "derviches" session and look at the beautiful walls of the Mosque.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-35. Damascus-Syria, October 20, 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.In the National Museum, the King and Queen have a look on the oldest alphabet in the history, the "cuneiforme" that comes from Ugarit, as well as Islamic treasures such as an old Quran.

Polfoto 20-10-2003Polfoto 20-10-2003 © AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-14. Damascus-Syria, 20/10/2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.The King and Queen of Spain visit the Mosque of the Ummayades, built by the dynasty that ruled Syria, as well as Andalusia, in Spain, for centuries. They watch a "derviches" session and look at the beautiful walls of the Mosque.

Polfoto 20-10-2003 © AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-35. Damascus-Syria, October 20, 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.In the National Museum, the King and Queen have a look on the oldest alphabet in the history, the "cuneiforme" that comes from Ugarit, as well as Islamic treasures such as an old Quran.

xicamaluca 10-20-2003 03:18 PM

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Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-35. Damascus-Syria, October 20, 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.In the National Museum, the King and Queen have a look on the oldest alphabet in the history, the "cuneiforme" that comes from Ugarit, as well as Islamic treasures such as an old Quran.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-35. Damascus-Syria, October 20, 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma.In the National Museum, the King and Queen have a look on the oldest alphabet in the history, the "cuneiforme" that comes from Ugarit, as well as Islamic treasures such as an old Quran.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-44. Damascus-Syria, October 20, 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma. At the "People's Palace", official ceremony to receive the King and the Queen of Spain. The palace is located over Damascus on the Mount Qassiyoun.

Polfoto 20-10-2003© AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-44. Damascus-Syria, October 20, 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma. At the "People's Palace", official ceremony to receive the King and the Queen of Spain. The palace is located over Damascus on the Mount Qassiyoun.

Alexandria 10-20-2003 07:16 PM

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Polfoto 20-10-2003 © AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-52. Damascus-Syria, October 20, 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma. At the "People's Palace", official ceremony to receive the King and the Queen of Spain. The palace is located over Damascus on the Mount Qassiyoun.

Polfoto 20-10-2003 © AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-50. Damascus-Syria, October 20, 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma. At the "People's Palace", official ceremony to receive the King and the Queen of Spain. The palace is located over Damascus on the Mount Qassiyoun.

Polfoto 20-10-2003 © AmmarAbd Rabbo/ABACA. 51435-46. Damascus-Syria, October 20, 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain during their visit to Syria. They are received by Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma. At the "People's Palace", official ceremony to receive the King and the Queen of Spain. The palace is located over Damascus on the Mount Qassiyoun.

xicamaluca 10-21-2003 07:42 AM

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Sus Majestades los Reyes, acompañados por el embajador de España en Siria, Manuel Cacho, y el ministro de Asuntos Exteriores de Siria, Farouk Al-Sharaa, a su llegada al Aeropuerto Internacional de Damasco para comenzar su Visita de Estado a Siria del 19 al 22 de octubre.
(Aeropuerto Internacional de Damasco -Siria- , 19 de octubre de 2003)

samitude 10-21-2003 11:34 AM

This might be a little off topic, but isn't the president of Syria's wife pregnant?

laila_sahrazade 10-21-2003 12:56 PM

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Originally posted by samitude@Oct 21st, 2003 - 10:34 am
This might be a little off topic, but isn't the president of Syria's wife pregnant?
i think that the baby is born, what do you think guys.

love laila

Alexandria 10-22-2003 09:34 PM

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www.casareal.es - Sus Majestades los Reyes, Don Juan Carlos y Doña Sofía, conversan con Su Majestad el Rey Hamad Bin Isa Bin Salman Al-Khalifa de Bahrein en el aeropuerto de esta capital, donde llegaron procedentes de la República Árabe de Siria, donde han realizado una Visita de Estado. La escala en Bahrein es previa a la Visita de Estado de los Reyes al emirato de Qatar, etapa final de la gira por Oriente Medio que los Reyes iniciaron el pasado domingo.

(Aeropuerto Internacional de Bahrein-Manama. 22 de octubre de 2003)

hrhcp 10-22-2003 10:40 PM

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Alexandria  Posted: Oct 22nd, 2003 - 9:34 pm

www.casareal.es - Sus Majestades los Reyes, Don Juan Carlos y Doña Sofía, conversan con Su Majestad el Rey Hamad Bin Isa Bin Salman Al-Khalifa de Bahrein en el aeropuerto de esta capital, donde llegaron procedentes de la República Árabe de Siria, donde han realizado una Visita de Estado. La escala en Bahrein es previa a la Visita de Estado de los Reyes al emirato de Qatar, etapa final de la gira por Oriente Medio que los Reyes iniciaron el pasado domingo.

(Aeropuerto Internacional de Bahrein-Manama. 22 de octubre de 2003)

Alexandria,

Please remove this photo. It is NOT in Syria, which is on the west side of the Middle Eastern peninsula ... but east of the eastern side of this peninsula, in Bahrain.

I have been in Bahrain. It is near the Qatar and U.A.E. and there are at least two countries between Bahrain and Syria.

In closing, it looks like the Royal Tour of Juan Carlos and Sophia of Spain is taking in another country. On your behalf I will open a new topic called "State Visit to Bahrain", which I imagine will be done in a day. Where next, is anyone's guess.

xicamaluca 10-23-2003 04:24 AM

They will be in Quatar, actualy they are already in Quatar. They only stop in Bahrain for a couple of hours. They return today to Madrid ;)

xicamaluca 10-23-2003 01:41 PM

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Polfoto 22-10-2003© Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-25. Aleppo-Syria, October 22 2003. Last day of the visit of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain to Syria. They have breakfast with Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma at the "bimaristan", a psychatric hospital built in the 14th century, then tour the old souks (markets) of the city before leaving Syria.

Polfoto 22-10-2003© Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-25. Aleppo-Syria, October 22 2003. Last day of the visit of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain to Syria. They have breakfast with Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma at the "bimaristan", a psychatric hospital built in the 14th century, then tour the old souks (markets) of the city before leaving Syria.

Polfoto 22-10-2003© Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-25. Aleppo-Syria, October 22 2003. Last day of the visit of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain to Syria. They have breakfast with Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma at the "bimaristan", a psychatric hospital built in the 14th century, then tour the old souks (markets) of the city before leaving Syria.

Polfoto 22-10-2003© Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-25. Aleppo-Syria, October 22 2003. Last day of the visit of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain to Syria. They have breakfast with Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma at the "bimaristan", a psychatric hospital built in the 14th century, then tour the old souks (markets) of the city before leaving Syria.

Alexandria 10-23-2003 07:48 PM

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Polfoto 22-10-2003 © Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-30. Aleppo-Syria, October 22 2003. Last day of the visit of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain to Syria. They have breakfast with Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma at the "bimaristan", a psychatric hospital built in the 14th century, then tour the old souks (markets) of the city before leaving Syria.

Polfoto 22-10-2003 © Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-28. Aleppo-Syria, October 22 2003. Last day of the visit of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain to Syria. They have breakfast with Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma at the "bimaristan", a psychatric hospital built in the 14th century, then tour the old souks (markets) of the city before leaving Syria.

Polfoto 22-10-2003 © Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-24. Aleppo-Syria, October 22 2003. Last day of the visit of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain to Syria. They have breakfast with Syrian president Bashar El Assad and his wife Asma at the "bimaristan", a psychatric hospital built in the 14th century, then tour the old souks (markets) of the city before leaving Syria.

Polfoto 22-10-2003 © Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-15. Allepo-Syria, October 22 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain on the 3rd day of their visit to Syria. They visit Aleppo, Syria's second city and "capital of the North". In the ancient Citadel, they tour typical Syrian merchants (textile and soaps among others), pose with portraits of the Spanish royals done on Mosaic (with an ancient method) then have dinner with 100 guests in the "Throne Room" of the Citadel.

Polfoto 22-10-2003 © Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-14. Allepo-Syria, October 22 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain on the 3rd day of their visit to Syria. They visit Aleppo, Syria's second city and "capital of the North". In the ancient Citadel, they tour typical Syrian merchants (textile and soaps among others), pose with portraits of the Spanish royals done on Mosaic (with an ancient method) then have dinner with 100 guests in the "Throne Room" of the Citadel.

Polfoto 22-10-2003 © Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-13. Allepo-Syria, October 22 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain on the 3rd day of their visit to Syria. They visit Aleppo, Syria's second city and "capital of the North". In the ancient Citadel, they tour typical Syrian merchants (textile and soaps among others), pose with portraits of the Spanish royals done on Mosaic (with an ancient method) then have dinner with 100 guests in the "Throne Room" of the Citadel.

Polfoto 22-10-2003 © Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-16. Allepo-Syria, October 22 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain on the 3rd day of their visit to Syria. They visit Aleppo, Syria's second city and "capital of the North". In the ancient Citadel, they tour typical Syrian merchants (textile and soaps among others), pose with portraits of the Spanish royals done on Mosaic (with an ancient method) then have dinner with 100 guests in the "Throne Room" of the Citadel.

Polfoto 22-10-2003 © Ammar Abd Rabbo/ABACA. 51616-18. Allepo-Syria, October 22 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain on the 3rd day of their visit to Syria. They visit Aleppo, Syria's second city and "capital of the North". In the ancient Citadel, they tour typical Syrian merchants (textile and soaps among others), pose with portraits of the Spanish royals done on Mosaic (with an ancient method) then have dinner with 100 guests in the "Throne Room" of the Citadel.

Fireweaver 10-26-2003 11:28 PM

Those mosaics are incredible. The amount of work that was done is mind boggling. And the details, so lifelike!

Alexandria 11-13-2003 07:45 PM

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Imagine Scandinavia - Allepo-Syria, October 22 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain on the third day of their visit to Syria. They visit Aleppo, Syria's second city and "capital of the North". In the ancient Citadel, they tour typical Syrian merchants (textile and soaps among others), pose with portraits of the Spanish royals done on Mosaic (with an ancient method) then have dinner with 100 guests in the "Throne Room" of the Citadel.

Imagine Scandinavia - Allepo-Syria, October 22 2003. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain on the third day of their visit to Syria. They visit Aleppo, Syria's second city and "capital of the North". In the ancient Citadel, they tour typical Syrian merchants (textile and soaps among others), pose with portraits of the Spanish royals done on Mosaic (with an ancient method) then have dinner with 100 guests in the "Throne Room" of the Citadel.

carlota 04-06-2004 06:16 AM

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Originally posted by Fireweaver@Oct 26th, 2003 - 11:28 pm
Those mosaics are incredible. The amount of work that was done is mind boggling. And the details, so lifelike!
it's true... really incredible work!


they are also very real... i like them even more than the king and queen's figures in the wax museum :P (not so detailed)

Lyonnaise 12-14-2004 06:32 PM

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King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia accompanied by President Bashar Al-Assad and his wife Asma visited the archaeological city of Palmyra. The Spanish Royal couple were highly impressed by the city, its antiquities, its geographical location and its setting

Lyonnaise 12-14-2004 06:34 PM

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Roman legionnaires have returned to the Syrian desert. President Bacher El Assad's wanted to bring back the sumptuous past to the ancient city of Palmyra to welcome King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain to his country

Lyonnaise 12-14-2004 06:38 PM

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Chariots, costumes, dancing: this journey back through time was the climax of the first official visit of the Spanish Royal Couple

Lyonnaise 12-14-2004 06:40 PM

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In honour of the Spanish sovereigns, the ancient city of Palmyra serves as a marvellous backdrop to a spectacle recounting the exploits of the legendary Queen Zenobia

Moon 12-14-2004 06:44 PM

Elegant Asmaa
 
Wowo..Asmaa El Asad seems elegant and simple..I like that ALOT...Also, i find her pretty with a nice balanced body....The more you look at her, the more her pretty face shows...

NB: I think she just delivered her baby...I saw her pregnant lately and now :p ...
Even during her pregnancy, she kept her figure nicely...


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