Khabab

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Khabab (Arabic: خبب‎, Syriac: ܟܚܐܒܐܒ, Khababb) is small town in Syria. It was so named because of its geographical location at the doorstep of Lajat terrain where horses can be passed only if it is in a "canter", and canter the stage of preparedness for when the horses ran, lies the town "khabab" to the north of City "shield" around / 60 / How many residents of the village people 6500,khabab. the old name of the town is abiba Cathedral is the center of Roman Catholic Archdiocese for the southern provinces, in addition to two churches and one of them is an old and the other is modern and Monastery Sisters of Charity (Albeznson).

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