Kessab and its surrounding villages are historically populated by Armenians, and it's one of the few areas in Syria with a predominantly Armenian Christian community. The local population has long been engaged in agriculture, tourism, and small-scale industry.Type your paragraph here.
Armenian heritage is an integral part of Kessab's identity, with several Armenian churches and community institutions. It's also a testament to the broader historical presence of Armenians in the Levant.
A town in northwestern Syria, located in the Latakia Governorate, It's part of the historic region of Cilicia and has a rich cultural heritage. Kessab is known for its picturesque beauty, with lush greenery, forests, and a favorable climate that contrasts with much of Syria's arid landscapes.