Wadi Al-Nasara is found on the border with Labanon, around Homs, the area extending to the south coast of Syria.
It contains the famous KraK De Chevaliers, and Der mar Georges, and many other historic sites.
Inhabited mostly by christians, and maybe the naming is because of it, but as in all Syria, people of different religous and ethnic groups are living together. Hence this is very characteristic of Syria.
These pictures are from my latest trip to this region.
See below Safita and Mashta Hlou.
Click on each to see the full pics. They are suitable for wallpapers if you wish to have it because they are in 800×600 px size.