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According to shoppingpicks, January in Syria is cold and dry, with temperatures averaging around 10 degrees Celsius during the day and 4 degrees Celsius at night. Snowfall is rare during this month, but occasional snowstorms occur every now and then. February brings slightly warmer temperatures to Syria than in January, but it still remains quite chilly during this month as well. The average temperature during the day is 14 degrees Celsius and at night it drops to about 6 degrees Celsius. Snowfall continues to be rare throughout February, but there are days with occasional snow showers occurring every now and then. March sees a slight increase in temperatures as well as less snowfall, with an average temperature of 16 degrees Celsius during the day and 8 degrees Celsius at night. Snowfall also decreases significantly during this month making it feel much warmer than previous months despite lower temperatures. April marks the start of spring season in Syria with temperatures rising to around 20 degrees Celsius during the day while dropping to 12 degree Celsius at night on average. Snowfall diminishes significantly making it feel much warmer than previous months despite lower temperatures. The climate on the west coast of Syria is Mediterranean: wet and mild in winter and warm in summer. In December and January there is 200 millimeters of precipitation. Inland it quickly becomes drier. In central Syria, only 20 millimeters fall per winter month. The mercury drops to close to 10°C in January. In July and August it is 40°C. The best time to visit Syria is in spring or autumn. Check businesscarriers for Syria Economics and Business.

Syria Geography and Population

Syria – geography Syria stretches from a 100 km long Mediterranean coast to steppe and desert areas to the east and southeast. Large parts of the arid areas are uninhabited or very sparsely populated, while 80% of the population lives in the western fifth of the country, primarily in and between the two major cities… Read More »

Syria Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Fiscal policy As part of fiscal policy, a new budget for 2021 was presented in autumn 2020, which is calculated at 8.5 trillion Syrian pounds – SYP (billion USD[1]). Due to the sharp weakening of the Syrian pound, together with… Read More »

Syria Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Syria Before traveling to Syria, you need to apply for a tourist visa. To do this, the following documents are provided to the Syrian Embassy: – a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of the planned entry into Syria – a copy of the first… Read More »

History in Syria

The first settlements on the site of modern Syria began to appear in the fourth millennium BC. Their inhabitants were mainly engaged in agriculture and cattle breeding. Due to the favorable geographical position, these lands were repeatedly attacked by various states. Around the 3rd millennium BC. here stretched the territory of the state of Ebla.… Read More »

Syria State Facts

  CAPITAL Damascus STATE STRUCTURE Presidential republic INTERNAL DIVISION Syria is divided into 14 governorates, the head of which is appointed by the Minister of the Interior after the approval of the Cabinet of Ministers. Each governorate elects a local parliament. The governorate of Quneitra has been occupied by Israel since 1973, part of the… Read More »

Syria Geography and Politics

Syria. Officially “Syrian Arab Republic”. Country of the Middle East which limits the south with Israel and Jordan, to the west with Lebanon and the Mediterranean, to the north with Turkey and to the east with Iraq. Its capital is Damascus. Most of the population profess Islam, with Sunnism being the majority Muslim group. Syria was established as a modern state after World War One under French rule, gaining independence in April of 1946, after which several military coups followed until 1971.… Read More »

Syria – Quiet before the Storm? Part 3

The nail in the coffin for Syria’s rule in Lebanon came in February 2005, when former Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri was killed in an assassination attempt in Beirut. The assassination of post-war Lebanon’s most prominent politician and businessman sparked such strong protests against Syria locally and internationally that Bashar al-Asad was forced to withdraw his… Read More »

Syria – Quiet before the Storm? Part 2

It soon became clear, however, that the political opening had its limits. In the spring of 2001, the regime tightened its freedom of expression and assembly and warned the opposition against “sowing discord” in the country. In the autumn of 2001, the government cracked down on leading opposition figures. There were various reasons why political… Read More »

Syria – Quiet before the Storm? Part 1

With war-torn Lebanon in the west, the collapsed Iraq in the east and with the two arch-enemies Iran and Israel on either side, Syria is at the crossroads of several of the Middle East’s most acute conflicts. Despite turbulent conditions, the country under the leadership of the Asad family has been remarkably politically stable. But… Read More »