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The archaeological site of Baalbek
(according to the brochure of the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism)

Baalbek, renowned under the name of Heliopolis in the Roman times, where we find the ruins of one of the greatest Roman temples.
The archaeological site of Baalbek

The archaeological site of Byblos
(according to the plan established by M. Dunand)

One of the Oldest World cities, Byblos the city of the alphabet, was inhabited continuously for over 9000 years, hence the importance and richness of this archaeological site.
The archaeological site of Byblos

Temple of Echmoun - Saida
(according to the brochure of the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism)

Built by Echmounazor king of the Sidonians, and his mother Immi-Ashtart priestess of Astarte, to honor the goddess Astarte and Echmoun the god of the city.
Temple of Echmoun - Saida

Phoenician expansion in Mediterranean
(© Pheniciens.com)

All around the Mediterranean, the Phoenicians sailed and created counters and cities. Among the most famous: Carthage, Cadiz, Ibiza, Mogador ...
Phoenician expansion in Mediterranean

The archaeological site of Ugarit
(according to the plan established by J. margueron)

Unexpectedly discovered by a peasant in 1929, this site has highlighted one of the largest ancient cities in the region. His territory exceeded 250000 m2...
The archaeological site of Ugarit

Archaeological site of Tyre - city island
(according to the plan established by A. Badwi)

The monuments of the ancient island of Tyre, it was connected to the seacoast since the invasion of Alexander the Great in 332 BC.
Archaeological site of Tyre - city island





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