Douma is a city in Syria. Its center is about 9km northeast of the center of Damascus. As the center of Rif Dimashq governorate, the town is also the administrative center of the Douma District. The history of Douma dates to the Aramaic era. It has also been called “the Minaret City” because of its large number of mosques. Douma is also an agricultural and industrial city with many factories and plants. All health and social services are available in the city; its countryside is famous for its fruit trees, and especially its grapes which known as Doumani grapes.