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Cedars of Lebanon:

-The Cedars of God is the most famous cedar patch and one of the last vestiges of old-growth forests. It is also one of the rarest sites where the Cedrus libani still grows.

– King Salomon used cedarwood for his temple.

-The Phoenicians used cedar wood to build their ships.

Cities of Lebanon:

Byblos: Oldest continuously  inhabitant city in the world!

Baalbek: Is the site of one of the most mysterious ruins of the Roman Empire!



When to visit Lebanon:

Summer is typically a tourist season in Lebanon, but visiting between February and April will allow you to enjoy the snow that remains in the mountains as well as the beautiful flourishing nature, trees blossoming, lovely weather, and inexpensive accommodations.

Beaches in Lebanon:

Sandy Beaches: Tyre – South of Lebanon, Chekka – North of Lebanon.

Rocky Beaches: Tyre – South of Lebanon, Batroun and Anfeh – North of Lebanon.