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Better known internationally as “Baklava”, this sweet pastry has become so popular that it has caused an international conflict between East Mediterranean countries with each claiming it as its own.

Whether Syrian, Turkish or Cypriot, Baklawa has a very special taste in Damascus.

It is made from very thin layers of pastry assembled on top of each other with a central layer of crushed nuts, usually pistachios, all baked together and then dipped in sugar syrup.


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