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Eastern Ghoutah إحدى الفلل في الغوطة الشرقية
Syria

Damascus Ghouta surrounds the city of Damascus from the east, west and south. It is a flat area, Fruitful groves, one of the most fertile Parts of the world, and it is one of the worlds' paradise.

Ghouta is a forest of fruiful orchards. Ancients think Ghouta as one the worlds's wonders.

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