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The sources said that the army men engaged in tough battle against the Al-Nusra and captured the Southern hills in Bardaya region, imposing full control over the key Bardaya Chain of Mountains in Southwestern Damascus.
SUNDAY, BBC2, 8PM Mexico: Earth's Festival Of Life Mexico is more than 2000 miles long, dominated by a great chain of mountains, the Sierra Madre.
The Blue Ridge is named for a chain of mountains that is right near my hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia.
The northern Caribbean coast is marked by an east-west trending chain of mountains which formed as a result of movements at the junction of the South American and the Caribbean tectonic plates.
That afternoon we drove on to the lakeside resort of Queenstown, dominated by The Remarkables chain of mountains, and chilled out the following day with a cruise on the historic coal-fired paddle steamer TSS Earnslaw and a cable car ride.
"You recharge quickly, and moments of awe and peace are guaranteed." A trip up the Hannig cable car to sledge six kilometres down to the village in the foreground of the Mischabel chain of mountains is one way of diving into nature.
Despite the new equipment, the pilots hit "the wrong chain of mountains," said one former U.S.
He noted that the Red Sea coastal city is bordered by the sea to the west and a chain of mountains and heights to the east, which include 15 spots with a total area of 1,150 sq.
Framed by a chain of mountains demarcating the border between Iraq and Iran, in the district of Qaladeze, lies a sleepy little village called 'Hero'.
At present, there are three such hotels and golf complexes in Murcia, a region of Southern Spain characterised by a chain of mountains that cuts through the middle of an otherwise flat plain.
The journey included the mighty mountains of the Caucasus, and to the east of the Caucasus, another chain of mountains, the Urals, smaller and more Alpine in atmosphere.
Those images revealed Iapetus' bulging waistline and equatorial ridge--a chain of mountains that wraps at least halfway around the moon's 2,600-km-long midsection.
Two years later he passed the 100 mile mark to Lake Aberdeen, a chain of mountains preventing further progress.
For just four Swiss francs you can climb the northern bell tower's narrow winding staircase and look out from its white-stoned turret on to stunning views of the city below and the chain of mountains which seem to surround it.
Ross decided that the Sound was just another inlet and sent a letter to the Admiralty stating his crew had arrived home: 'after fully ascertaining that no passage exists from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans through Davis Strait and Baffin Bay which were found to be bounded by land extending to the North as far as the 84th Degree, in Latitude 74 degrees north, and generally surrounded by a Chain of Mountains' (p.