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Temple of Baalbeck
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Rank: 4 About 40

Situated on two main trade routes and about 85 kilometres from Beirut is Lebanon’s superb Roman creation, the Temple of Baalbeck. The complex of Baalbeck consists of numerous temples and monuments with the level of...

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1 Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque
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Rank: 8 About 40

The Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque is a major tourist draw for the Lebanese capital Beirut.  It is an imposingly beautiful Sunni mosque located in Martyrs' Square in downtown...

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2 Pigeon Rocks
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Rank: 12 About 40

At the extreme western-most point of Beirut you find Pigion Rocks. Well actually they are slightly off the coast, but they characterise the surrounding area of the adjacent coastline. The area is called...

Reviewed by: Ralf
Address: 33.886944, 35.513056 + Share


3 Clocktower - Downtown Beirut
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Rank: 16 About 40

Beirut is a city with rich history that goes back more than five thousand years. It’s history and culture are well manifested in its architecture.  After the destructive Civil War, the city has been rebuilding itself at...

Reviewed by: Johannes
Address: 33.900384,35.501432 + Share


4 Temples of Baalbek
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Rank: 34 About 40

The Temples of Baalbek are considered as the Lebanon pride and are most impressive and remarkable historical sites. The complex of Baalbek has many Roman temples and monuments. The site is outstanding because of the scale of...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: 86 NE Beirut Lebanon + Share


5 Al-Omari Mosque
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Rank: 35 About 40

The Al-Omari Mosque is a very famous attraction of the city and gets many visitors from across the globe. This is a must visit place as it is the most ancient buildings of the city. Beautifully preserved, this is one of the two mosques made...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Al-Omari Mosque, Beirut, Lebanon + Share

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