Kessab is one of the most beautiful towns in northwestern Syria. It shares borders with the Armenian kingdom of Cilicia and its population is mostly comprised of Armenian immigrants who contributed to the development of its land and agriculture. It is believed that during the seleucid period, the region of Kessab was the centre of the triad of the cities of Antioch, Seleucia and Laodicea. According to ancient greek mythology, the mount casius located within this triad was the sanctuary of Zeus.

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