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Ain Zhalta and The Cedars of Barouk, reached from either Moukhtara or Barouk village, are smaller and younger than those of Bsharre, but extremely beautiful and well cared for...
Aley is a picturesque town in Mount Lebanon. It is located 17 km uphill from Beirut, just south of the summer resort of Bhamdoun and north of the strategic town of Souk El Gharb.
Anjar, 58 kilometers from Beirut, is completely different from any other archaeological experience you'll have in Lebanon. At other historical sites in the country, different epochs and civilizations are superimposed one on top of the other. Anjar is exclusively one period...
Baakleen, birth place of Amir Fakhereddine Al Maani, stands proudly on Mount Lebanon overlooking the Mediterranean Sea ...
The great temple at Baalbeck or Heliopolis has stood since the beginning of our era when it was one of the wonders of the world. It and the second temple, with its cellar almost intact, make up one of the most beautiful and famous ...
It is said that two chains of caves were discovered along the path of Al Jawz River and it is believed that they were settlements of the early Man. One of the chains and the most famous...
Approaching Beirut either by sea or air promises an unforgettable sight. The mountains rising behind the city are bathed in sunlight 300 days of the year and in winter, when they glisten under a blanket of snow.
Just after Deir el Qamar and overlooking a terraced hill appears the palace of Beit Eddine. A delightful example of early 19th Century oriental architecture, the palace was built by Emir Bechir el Chehabi II (1788 -1840).
Bekaa is a fertile valley in east Lebanon. The Romans considered the Bekaa Valley to be a major agricultural source, and today it remains Lebanon's most important farming region...
Bhamdoun is 23 km from Beirut on the main road that leads to Damascus, lying at an altitude of 1100m above the Lamartine valley. Two separate villages compose the town...
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