Photos from Northern Syria

Sharing photos from the North while writing posts on my short stay there.

Om Khaled preparing Tannour bread in Kafranbel. Residents of the North are accustomed to bake their own bread due to shortage of bread.

Om Khaled preparing Tannour bread in Kafranbel. Residents of the North are accustomed to bake their own bread due to shortage of bread.

Tannour break baked by Om Khaled in Kafranbel.

Tannour break baked by Om Khaled in Kafranbel.

Raed and Hammoud, activists from Kafranbel, are laughing from the bottom of their hearts at Pink Panther cartoon, while preparing for cartoon screening event  https://anonymouslyinsyria.wordpress.com/2013/01/03/pink-panther-under-shelling/

Raed and Hammoud, activists from Kafranbel, are laughing from the bottom of their hearts at Pink Panther cartoon, while preparing for cartoon screening event https://anonymouslyinsyria.wordpress.com/2013/01/03/pink-panther-under-shelling/

Latakia mountains.

Latakia mountains.

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From Latakia mountains to Idleb.

From Latakia mountains to Idleb.

Revolutionaries in Kafranbel used to ride this beauty while advocating for protests, also while escaping regime's army and thugs. It's reserved in Kafranbel to remind its residents of the history it carries.

Revolutionaries in Kafranbel used to ride this beauty while advocating for protests, also while escaping regime’s army and thugs. It’s reserved in Kafranbel to remind its residents of the history it carries.

That's how refugee kids warm themselves in the dark due to power cut and lack of fuel.

That’s how refugee kids warm themselves in the dark due to power cut and lack of fuel.

Raed Fares preparing Kafranbel famous banners.

Raed Fares preparing Kafranbel famous banners.

Taken by my friend (K). Kafranbel.

Taken by my friend (K). Kafranbel.

Wood used instead of expensive fuel in seek of warmth.

Wood used instead of expensive fuel in seek of warmth.

Handmade wood stove in Saraqeb, made by broke activists.

Handmade wood stove in Saraqeb, made by broke activists.

Cooking on diesel oil stove in Saraqeb.

Cooking on diesel oil stove in Saraqeb.

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2 thoughts on “Photos from Northern Syria

  1. Hello Maya!!! Very beautiful photos!!! Happy you said that you will continue, great!!!
    lots of kisses, see you sooooooon!!!

  2. Pingback: Photos from Northern Syria Here are some photos… « YALLA SOURIYA

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