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Lady of the Valley


The Lady of the Valley (Arabic: سيدة الوادي‎, Sayyidat al-Wadi) is a Marian shrine inaugurated on 16 August 2009, located in Al-Nasirah, Wadi al-Nasara in Syria. The statue is built near the Lady of the Valley Church on top of Mount of the Pilgrim (Arabic: جبل السائح‎, romanizedJabal al-Sayeh), which is dedicated to Saint George.

The figure which stands on a base that brings its height to 30 metres (98 ft), at an altitude of 980 metres (3215 ft) above sea level; completed on 16 August 2009.[1]

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  1. ^ ""سيدة الوادي".. شفيعة المؤمنين ومقصد للزائرين" . eSyria. 16 January 2013. Retrieved 23 December 2016.








Categories: Marian shrines | Marian devotions | Religious buildings and structures completed in 2009 | Monuments and memorials in Syria | 2009 establishments in Syria




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