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Artistic, cultural and sporting events in the second tourist festival of Ribla


Homs-Sana The activities of the second Ribla tourist festival included various cultural, artistic and sports activities. And saw events


The activities of the second Ribla tourist festival included various cultural, artistic and sports activities.

The events included a carnival in which a scout troupe, the students of the schools of Ribla and Tartila participated in the choir of the Southern Church, folkloric performances and cultural activities, in addition to a play by Queen's band “The Story of a Homeland” by writer and director Karim Al-Hassan.It tackles the issue of immigration and its gravity and emphasizes the need to adhere to the homeland which was and will remain the most loyal mother to her children.

The events also included an exhibition of works and heritage tools, works of rural women, food products and other local industries, in addition to an exhibition of traditional cuisine known by the village followed by the event of the Monastery of Mar Elias, which included a film on the terrorist attacks on the monastery and subsequent restoration operations and marathon youth Ribla with the participation of more than 100 A young woman roamed the streets of the town from its entrance to its main square.

Ahmed Akash, Director of Homs Tourism, said in a statement to SANA that the event is the second in the healing of terrorism, aiming at lighting the face of this ancient town with its churches built for more than a thousand years, as well as the famous nature of the festival. Homs Summer Festivals.

The Archbishop of the Southern Church of Ribla Al-Khoury Luke Al-Gharbi saw in the festival a demonstration to revive the ancient heritage that we cherish as a Syrian people with its civilization and its timeless imprint in history. It is an affirmation of the return of normal life to this town and the solid national unity.

In turn, Ghadir Ibrahim, Bishop of the Monastery of Mar Elias, explained that the festival shines on the area of ​​Al-Qusair rising from the rubble of war and returning to life with all its components. The monastery is one of the historical and tourist landmarks that have withstood terrorism and returned bright thanks to these festivals.

Among the participants in the heritage exhibition, she pointed out that she presented sialat desserts, one of the beloved traditional dishes of Ribla, which was passed on from generation to generation, while Marah Muath's participation came through several pieces of heritage of the region such as straw, copper and other pieces.

In another wing, young Renda Farah showed that her participation came through dozens of paintings including some portraits in addition to paintings reflecting the nature and aesthetic of the town of Ribla.

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Source: sena

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