What Pegman Saw: Tel Saki, Syria

This week, Pegman takes us to the cradle of civilization: Tel Saki, Syria.  The country has been at war longer than Pegman has been mapping, so the pictures are confined to photo sphere and often feature shattered lands and cityscapes.

Your task is to write a 150-word story inspired by any of the photos you find of this fascinating region. As always, have fun and do your best.

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About J Hardy Carroll

J Hardy Carroll is a novelist and comics artist currently residing in one of those soundalike states that starts and ends with a vowel .
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12 Responses to What Pegman Saw: Tel Saki, Syria

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  3. James says:

    I found the Battle of Tel Saki during the 1973 Yom Kippur war but didn’t find “the cradle of civilization.


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  6. Lynn Love says:

    Reblogged this on Word Shamble and commented:
    This week, Pegman visits Tel Saki, Syria, a place with a long, fascinating and turbulent history to inspire your creativity. Pop along to the Pegman site to share and to read the other stories.

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