Gates of Homs
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- Bab al-Souq (Gate of the Market), thought to have been located on the southwestern corner of the al-Nouri Mosque.
- Bab Tadmor (Gate of Palmyra) located on the northeastern side of the wall.
- Bab al-Dreib (or Bab al-Deir) located on the eastern side of the wall.
- Bab al-Sebaa (Gate of the Lions) located east of the citadel, and leads to the Old City.
- Bab al-Turkman (Gate of the Turkmen) located on the northwestern corner of the citadel at a point where it intersects with the walls.
- Bab al-Masdoud (Closed Door) located to the north of Bab al-Turkman.
- Bab Hud (The Gate of Hud), named after the mausoleum of the prophet Hud, which lies just south of the gate.
- Dumper (2007) p.173, Dumper, Michael; Stanley, Bruce E.; Abu-Lughod, Janet L. (2007). Cities of the Middle East and North Africa: A Historical Encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO. ISBN 978-1-57607-919-5.
- "Homs". HomsOnline. 2008. Retrieved 2009-02-26.
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