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These mosaics came from a Byzantine church of the 5th century AD. They were moved from Khalde, south of Beirut to a site neat the National Museum in the 1950’s.
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St George's Cathedral
The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St. George is dedicated to the patron saint of the city. It serves ...
This semi-circular cultural building was discovered west of St. George Maronite Cathedral. In 1963, ...
Hamidiyyeh Clock Tower
The Ottoman Clock Tower was built on the grounds of the Grand Serail in 1897. It marked the 10th ...
The Roman Baths were lost to the city for several years and were discovered in 1968-69. It wasn’t ...
Ottomon Military Hospital
This military hospital right beside the Serail was built in 1865 by Sultan Abdul Aziz. From the ...
Place des Martyrs
The Martyr’s Square located in central Beirut is loaded with history. The square is also known as ...
Four Corniced Columns
The four corniced columns in front of the Parliament building in were discovered in 1968-69.
The Grand Serail of Beirut
The Grand Serail was built atop the hill overlooking the city center. Originally constructed as ...
Highly Carved Colonnade
This highly carved colonnade was discovered in the 1940’s between Nejmeh Square and the Great ...
Solidere Clock Tower
The Solidere Clock Tower stands right in the center of the Downtown district. This tower was ...
Nejmeh Square is the recently renovated central square in Downtown, Beirut. The famous clock ...
These mosaics came from a Byzantine church of the 5th century AD. They were moved from Khalde, ...
Al Omari Mosque
The Al Omari Mosque is one of the oldest buildings of Beirut and dates back to the 13th century ...
Group of Five Columns
The group of five columns located to the left of the St. George Maronite Cathedral, were once part ...
National Museum of Beirut
The National Museum of Beirut is home to thousands of artifacts from Lebanon’s rich history. ...
Officially known as Nicolas Sursock Museum, the building is an architectural delight, being a blend ...
The Pigeon Rocks are huge natural formations off the coast of the Corniche on Beirut’s ...
The archaeological Museum, begun only two years after the university itself, has a collection of ...
Assembly Hall was built in 1883 and has since changed names and functions. A chapel originally, it ...
American University of Beirut (AUB)
The seaside campus of American University of Beirut (AUB) is one of the most beautiful in the ...
The Nami Jefet Memorial Library
The Nami Jefet Memorial Library was built in 1951. Now fully updated and computerized it lists over ...
Le Quartier des Arts
Souk el Tayeb
The Souk el Tayeb is not only Beirut’s first farmer’s market; it is a place where you get to ...
North East of Beirut
The Cedars are among the last survivors of the immense forest that once covered Mount Lebanon. ...
The village of Faraya is synonymous with skiing in Lebanon. The actual slopes are in nearby Ouyoun ...
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The Gibran Museum in Besharre is dedicated to the famous Lebanese poet, philosopher and painter ...
The spectacular Jeita Grotto, caves of stalactites and stalagmites are located just 20 km (13 ...
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