Araq Tomb


Araq Tomb

The Araq Tomb is located in al-Mayadani al-Wastani district of Damascus, Syria. It was built by governor Araq bin Abdullah al-Salahdar. It is dedicated to the holy man Suhayb al-Rumi.


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