الاثنين، 6 نوفمبر 2017

الطقس المناخ الجغرافيا أبرز سمات المناخ في سورية بالانجليزي

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Climate and weather Syria
Remember that it is currently not advisable to travel to Syria.
The Mediterranean climate (hot and dry in summer, mild and somewhat rainy in winter) of the coastline contrasts with the harsh climate of the mountains, which are covered with snow in winter.
summer
If you can not stand the heat, avoid the interior of Syria between June and August (about 40 ° C). The average maximum temperature in Aleppo and Damascus in August is 37 ° C. In Palmyra, sometimes more than 50 ° C! On the coast, the average temperature is more bearable: 30 ° C in Latakia in August. The coast is under the influence of the humid winds that blow from the sea.
Winter
Winter is dry and mild in Damascus, but quite rainy on the coast. In January, it's raining in Latakia the most. But in Damascus and Aleppo, in December-January, the night temperature can drop below 0 ° C. The further we go towards the desert (to the east), the lower the night temperature. February is the coolest month. The mountain villages of Jebel El-Arab (formerly Jebel Druze) are often covered with snow.
Best time to travel to Syria
The periods of April-May and mid-September to the end of October are the most pleasant. The days are sunny, it rarely rains and the heat is very bearable. In Aleppo and Damascus, in April-May, the maximum temperature of the day oscillates between 25 and 29 ° C. These seasons are also the most expensive and the most frequented.
How to dress, suitcase for Syria
In winter, bring a good sweater, a jacket and a rain suit. In summer, wear long, light, loose clothing; ladies, avoid the miniskirt. If you go to the Euphrates Valley in the middle of the summer, consider taking a mosquito repellent
Geography and climate Syria
Remember that it is currently not advisable to travel to Syria.
Before 1918, Syria extended from Antioch to Suez ... This is called "Greater Syria", or Bilad ach-Cham. The post-war, artificial and sloppy borders have reduced it to 185,000 square kilometers.
Syria is primarily continental. A caravan state? The borders are shearing the desert too brutally. In addition, the country lacks a center of gravity: Damascus and Aleppo, the first two cities, are both eccentric and borderless.
However, the assets are there: the absence of high summits and the desert roads facilitate the transit. The Fertile Crescent, around the Euphrates Valley, whose irrigation has increased tenfold. Finally, some notable deposits of oil and phosphates.
His disability has not changed: it's water. Syria belongs to the great arid diagonal running from Mauritania to the Gobi Desert.
Syria is first of all montagnettes erected on the sea, then a limestone shield that glides smoothly towards Mesopotamia.
Three large areas follow one another. The coast, Mediterranean with its vineyards and olive groves. Past the coast, quite fierce, and the thin coastal plain, vegetable and fruit, very densely populated, here is the Alawite jew, abrupt and calcined. It tumbles sharply in the depression of Ghab, where the Orontes waters one of the richest agricultural areas of the country.
Even further to the east, we reach the banner of the arable steppes: the main cities of the country and all its agricultural power. To the south, the Jebel El-Arab (formerly Jebel Druze) volcanic massif dominates by far the wheat lands of Hauran and Golan. Past the oasis of Damascus, cleverly irrigated, the North Road sneaks against the Anti-Lebanon to reach, from Homs, the country's breadbasket, bathed by the Orontes.
Further north, between the Tigris and the Euphrates, begins another country of cocaine: the Jezireh ("island" in Arabic). Recently, the rivers fertilize an ocean of cereals fertile red lands.

Remains the Southeast region, beyond Jebel Bishri. The desert and its antechamber. Oasis of very poor oasis (Palmyra, Sukhnah), this plain with pebbles represents 58% of the national territory.

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