The stepped streets, emblem of the village, dating back to Roman times, and it is not uncommon to find Punic and Latin inscriptions on the stones of the walls of the houses. The village has megalithic monuments, some of which have retained their cover in large slabs, as well as tombs dug in the rock. The other monuments, of Byzantine period, were built with ancient materials, such as a quadrangular fortress of the Justinian period, ramparts, and a tower. To see also, the zaouia of Sidi Ameur which one reaches by stairs cut in the rock.
The Heritage Museum
Kesra has a magnificent museum that has three main themes:
- Folk traditions and women’s handicraft (pottery, weaving)
- Kesra’s customs of rites of passage from birth to death
- Jewels and their symbolic
The beauty of the panoramic views of fields, lakes, figs, and forests of Aleppo pines and oaks, is another peculiarity of the city, in the heart of a very green region. The surrounding orchards are irrigated by about 20 sources, thanks to an original canalization system.