As you can see the collage was cut in a specific shape showing the map of Syria, my country.
You can see it has a fair amount of pictures, each set of pictures are located almost on known cities, starting from Damascus which is the capital of Syria, its the second largest city, its the oldest inhabited city in the whole world, known for its major role in trade since decades, as you can see one the of the biggest and oldest markets known as Al-Hamedeyeh. Most of the goods and products are made in this city to be exported to other countries, Damascus has a vast historical places due to what this city experienced through ages, its population have several religions, but the majority are Muslims, it has more than 2000 mosques, a fair percentage of Christians and churches scattered around this city as well. The old city of Damascus, or so called Dimashq al Qadema, it has seven gates surrounding it from several directions, and each gate hold its own name till now.
As we go up north east of the collage away from Damascus, we can see that we are going over a different set of pictures which points at the city of Palmyra or Tadmur, its almost located at the center of Syria, it has a lot of historical sites since the Greco-Roman periods. Also the Palmyrene Empire was located at this city where the queen Zenobia was a 3rd-century Queen of the Palmyrene Empire in Syria, who led a famous revolt against the Roman Empire. The eighth wife of King Septimius Odaenathus, Zenobia became queen of the Palmyrene Empire following Odaenathus' death in 267.
Just about 223 km (138 mi) north east away from Palmyra, a set of pictures showing we are at the beautiful city of Deir Ez-Zzor, my home city, located on the banks of the Euphrates river, the largest city of the eastern part of Syria, upon the exploration of light crude petroleum in the Syrian desert made this city the center for the country's petroleum extraction industry. Nevertheless, being the center of the country's industry, agriculture and livestock-breeding is what Deir Ez-Zzor also known for. Deir ez-Zor is home to the third Armenian diplomatic mission in Syria; the Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Armenia because of the high number of Armenian population in the city through generations. One of the landmarks that this city has is the suspension bridge (Al-jeser Al-moa'alaq) crossing the Euphrates river, which was built in 1927 by the French occupation by then and was destroyed by the Syrian regime in 2013.
Moving west just about 320 km (200 mi) you will approach the city of Aleppo, the biggest city and the economic capital of Syria. The city has so many historical places, one of them is the Aleppo citadel located in the center of the city over a highland.
And that was a relatively small brief, about my country, which it would take more than a simple collage talking about its dense and fertile history, which is simply known as the cradle of all civilizations.