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Lebanon has two mountain ranges,

a coastal strip, and an inland plain.

The runes from different civilizations that

occupied the country are spread on all

Lebanon’s territory.

 

Locations are approximate.

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Lebanon has two mountain ranges,

a coastal strip, and an inland plain.

The runes from different civilizations that

occupied the country are spread on all

Lebanon’s territory.

 

Locations are approximate.

LEBANON HAS TWO

MOUNTAIN RANGES, A COASTAL STRIP, AND AN INLAND PLAIN.

TRIPOLI

 

A coastal city 80 km northern Beirut.

 

An old city dating from the 14th century BC, hosting the second largest amount of Mamluk architectural heritage

on earth.

 

BATROUN

 

A coastal city around 53 km

northern Beirut.

 

One of the oldest cities in the world, with beautiful Phoenician ruins.

BYBLOS

 

A coastal city around 80km northern Beirut.

 

A UNESCO world heritage site, one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world since 5000 BC.

SIDON

 

A coastal city around 44km

southern Beirut.

 

The third largest city in Lebanon.

Famous with its Crusader old khan,

sea castle and museum.

TYRE

 

A coastal city around 80km

southern Beirut.

 

A rich open air museum dating from the Phoenician through the Roman and Bezant areas. The site hosts the only remaining Roman Triumphal arch.

BEITEDDINE

 

In the heart of Shouf Mountains around 40 km South-east Beirut at 860km

of altitude.

 

Hosting Beit El din Palace the real example of 19th century Lebanese architecture.

JEITA GROTTOES

 

Located around 20km from Beirut.

 

The Jeita Grottoes are a system of two separate, but interconnected, limestone caves spanning an overall length of nearly 9 km.

MOUNT OF HARISSA

 

Located around 26km from Beirut.

 

Hosting the statue of Our Lady of Lebanon being one of the most important shrine in the world

honouring the Virgin Mary.

ANJAR

 

In the heart of the Bekaa Valley,

around 60km from Beirut.

 

The site hosts the only remaining ruins of the Omeyyad period in the world.

BAALBECK

 

Located around 85Km from Beirut.

 

The site hosts Lebanon's greatest Roman treasure, counted among the wonders of the ancient world. The temple of Jupiter, Bacchus, and Venus are the largest temples ever built.

THE CEDARS OF THE LORD

 

Located around 100km from Beirut

with almost 1800m of altitude.

 

It is one of the last vestiges of the extensive forests of the cedars that once thrived across Mount Lebanon

in ancient times.

QADISHA VALLEY

 

Located around 95km from Beirut between Bharre and Zgharta districts.

 

A UNESCO world heritage site.

The sides of the Valley contain many caves, mostly difficult to access.

The valley has been used as a shelter

as far as the Palaeolithic period.

TRIPOLI

 

A coastal city around 80 km from beirut.

 

Dating from the 14th century BC, the second largest Mamluk architectural heritage

 

on earth.

BATROUN

 

A coastal city around

53 km northern Beirut.

 

One of the oldest cities in the world, with beautiful Phoenician ruins.

SIDON

 

A coastal city around

44 km northern Beirut.

 

The third largest city in Lebanon. Famous with

its crusader old Khan's sea castle.

TYRE

 

A coastal city around

80 km southern Beirut.

 

Dating from the Phoenician through the Roman and Bezant eras.

The site hosts the only remaining Roman Triumphal arch.

BEITEDDINE

 

In the heart of Shouf mountains around 40 km south-east Beirut.

 

Hosting Beit El Din palace the real example of 19th century Lebanese architecture.

ANJAR

 

In the heart of Bekaa Valley, around 60 km

of Beirut.

 

The site hosts the only remaining ruins of the Omeyyad period in

the world.

BAALBECK

 

Located around 85 km from Beirut.

 

The site hosts Lebanon's greatest Roman treasure,

The temple of Jupiter, Bacchus, and Venus are the largest Roman temples ever built.

THE CEDARS OF

THE LORD

 

Located around 100 km from Beirut.

 

It is one of the last vestiges of the extensive forests of the Cedars across Mount Lebanon.

QADISHA VALLEY

 

Located around 95km from Beirut, between Bcharre and Zgharta Districts.

 

A UNESCO world heritage site. It contains many caves mostly difficult to access.

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TRIPOLI

 

A coastal city around 80km northern Beirut.

 

An old city hosting the second largest amount of Mamluk architectural heritage on earth.

BEITEDDINE

 

Around 40 km

south-east Beirut.

 

Hosting Beit El Dine Palace the real example of 19th century Lebanese architecture.

Mount Of Harissa

 

Located around 26 km from Beirut.

 

Hosting the statue of Our Lady of Lebanon. One of the most important shrines honouring the

Virgin Mary.