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Tourism in Lebanon
Tourist places in Lebanon

General information about Lebanon
Lebanon is in the middle of the countries of the Arab world and has borders with Jordan, Palestine and Syria, as well as the Mediterranean Sea to the west.
Lebanon is considered one of the most beautiful countries in the Arab world, and the most receiving country for Arab and foreign tourists in the region’, due to its centrality in the Middle East, its Western character, and the presence of two religious backgrounds in it, as well as to its various tourist attractions, as its green nature, mountains and plains Its beaches are the most beautiful, and they contain many historical monuments from different eras and nations, the most important of which are Roman, Lebanon is also characterized by the popular life among its alleys, and its atmosphere is very suitable for tourism.

 

 

The best tourist places in Lebanon:

Baalbek
Baalbek is an ancient Roman city. Today, it contains many Roman and Byzantine archaeological sites that demonstrate the splendor of Roman architecture in the imperial period. The Temple of Jupiter is one of the main tourist places in Baalbek; Where the Romans traveled for several miles to worship in it and make offerings to their gods, and in the remaining parts of the city, very huge stones were found. There are also in Baalbek the Temple of Bacchus and the Temple of Venus, and festivals are held annually in Baalbek in the summer.

Kobayat
One of the most beautiful towns in which the tourist can feel the splendor of Lebanon and the beauty of its nature. The town of Kobayat enjoys wide and beautiful green spaces. It is an old town located in the northern part of Lebanon, and is characterized by moderate weather even in the hot summer days. Tourists visit the town of Kobayat for the purpose of religious tourism in particular, It contains many churches and monasteries, and the most prominent activities that visitors do to the town of Qobayat is to visit the longest mountain path in the country, which connects several places along the north and south, in addition to that the Kobayat summer music festival is held there.

 

 

 

Temple of Jupiter
Standing tall as a witness to Roman civilization in Lebanon, the huge Temple of Jupiter dedicated to the cult of Zeus, located in Hecupolis or Baalbek. The main building of the “Great Court” was the Roman pagan temple that is still partially standing. It took three centuries to create this giant Roman pagan temple, so it is considered one of the most important Roman monuments in the region and in the world. It was the largest pagan temple dedicated to Jupiter in all of the Roman Empire. The columns were 30 meters long and about 2.5 meters in diameter: the largest in the classical world.

 

Beirut National Museum
This is the main cultural institution in Beirut. It displays an impressive collection of ancient artifacts that form an overview of the history of Lebanon and the civilizations that have influenced and passed through this cultural crossroads. Among its most prominent features are the heavily photographed Phoenician bronze and gilded statues that were found buried near the Temple of Obelisk in Byblos, as well as a series of Phoenician coffins with human faces, the Roman tomb, as well as an enormous collection of coins and tools used at that time.

Pictures reveal the purest water in the world

Pictures reveal the purest water in the world

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As we prepare to bid farewell to the current summer, each of us recalls his close memories with the beaches and the waters in which he threw his worries and body this summer, but do you really think that you had the experience of swimming in pure water?

Perhaps after you see these pictures, your thoughts will change completely.

A group of photos taken from a variety of places around the world, revealing beaches and waters that are the purest and most pure around the world, where you can see the details of what is happening underwater very simply.

Do you dream of swimming in places like these?

 

 

Where to go in Nice, France?

Where to go in Nice, France?

Information about Nice, France
Where do you go in Nice, France?

 

They call it the city of dreams, complete with the distinctive weather throughout the year, and the tourist activities that make it the ideal destination for an unforgettable tourist vacation.

We are talking about the French city of Nice, and here are the city’s most prominent tourist attractions.

Orthodox Russian Cathedral of Saint Nicholas in Nice
The city of Nice, France
Russian Orthodox cathedral
This beautiful Russian Orthodox cathedral built by Tsar Nicholas II. It is highly ornate and extensively decorated with religious and artistic symbols. It is considered the most inspiring structure outside Russia built by the Orthodox.

 

 

The chariots of Nicholas II of Tizawatch
Timings: Daily from May to September 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM and 2:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Daily from October to April 9:30 am – noon 12:00 and 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Entry fee: €2.50 for adults, €2 for students, free of charge, children under the age of twelve
Phone: 0493968802

 

 

Masina Square
The city of Nice, France
Almasina Square in Nice
This square in the heart of Nice was built in 1832. It is a pedestrian area lined with shopping, restaurants and cafes.

You can walk around this square and marvel at the magnificent architecture, fountains and statues. Looks amazing especially in the evening. The famous fountain ‘Fountain of the Sun’ is also located here.

Venue: Near Macina, Place de la Promenade, des Ingles

 

Lighthouse and breakwater
This place is located at the end of Nice Harbor and is a good place to go to relax. There is a wall along the sea which allows you to walk down to Nice Lighthouse. The lighthouse and the breakwater are two great places where you can really relax.

 

Alpine Lear Garden
Albert Garden is a great place to relax and enjoy the atmosphere. It is located in the heart of Nice, adjacent to Place Massena. The Triton Fountain, the exotic plants, the fresh air and all the terraces add charm to the garden. Also located in this park is the Venette Arch, a huge black metal arch. It is a work of modern art by “Vinette Bernard”.

 

Laskaris Palace
This historic palace was built in the seventeenth century and is in the Baroque style. Here you can display some great decorative pieces. The richly decorated floor still holds carpentry and ornaments from the 18th century. It was also built during the same century, one of the pharmacies that still carry many of the original Delft items.
15 Driott Street
Timings: Monday to Wednesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Entry fee: Free
Phone: 0493627240

The most amazing castles in the world

The most amazing castles in the world

The habits of human beings have not changed much during the past centuries, they still have the nostalgia to stay in the huge giant edifices even for a few very few minutes.

 

 

The previous paragraph came from one of the tourism experts in the world, when a direct question was asked to him if the archaeological sites, especially castles, were still popular and a desire to visit.

In conjunction with this expert’s statements, one of the famous British websites published a list and pictures of the most exciting castles in the world, and ranked them in terms of visitation rates.

Most of these castles, distributed in four parts of the globe, date back to ancient and overwhelming centuries, and then from the 11th century, and the most recent dates back to the 18th century.

It is historical that these castles, or most of them at least, were built for defensive purposes to protect the headquarters of government in these countries from the invasion of enemies and were not just an ordinary residential headquarters.

If you are one of those who like to see the ancient archaeological castles, here is a group of pictures titled the most exciting castles in the world.

In pictures: Endangered tourist places

In pictures: Endangered tourist places

The world as we know it now, with all its details, events, events and places, will not remain the same during the coming years, whether these years are long or short, according to scientific and environmental reports in this regard.

 

 

According to these reports, some areas will disappear from the map of the globe due to various factors, such as climate, environment, erosion factors and other reasons.

Let’s take a look with pictures on the 5 most famous tourist areas in the world, they may disappear soon, as some experts say.

 

 

Seychelles
Can you believe that the Seychelles islands themselves are threatened with extinction? Yes, the first honeymoon destination in the world may erode its beaches and disappear completely during the next 50-100 years.

 

 

Kilimanjaro Mountains, Tanzania
The white snow that covers the famous peaks of Kilimanjaro Mountains in Tanzania, in the heart of Africa, will be the reason for the disappearance of these mountains one day, especially as studies confirm that these icebergs have shrunk by 85% during the last 100 years.

 

 

Glaciers Patagonia – Argentina
Patagonia, one of the most important tourist attractions in the world, is a group of famous glaciers in Argentina, scientific calculations indicate that it will soon become extinct due to high temperatures and lack of rain.

 

 

Madagascar forests

Because of the frequent fires, and their mass removal, environmental experts expect that the existence of the famous forests on the island of Madagascar will end within 35 years at most from now.

 

 

Venice – Italy
The floating city, the most famous tourist in the world, the Italian Venice, is at risk of extinction due to the unprecedented high rates of flooding in recent years.

Where to spend this weekend in Dubai

Where to spend this weekend in Dubai

If you choose to go to Dubai for a weekend getaway, let us recommend the top 3 places there for a great vacation.

 

 

City Walk
Located between Al Wasl Street and Al Safa Street in Dubai, City Walk is a high-end shopping and entertainment destination, where many family entertainment events are held, and this weekend a jazz band will decorate the place and give it a wonderful atmosphere of soft romantic music, as you can sip coffee or afternoon tea in one of the many cafes in Walk and enjoy the musical vibe, watching vivid statues of gold and bronze models roam the Citywalk. For the little ones, there are free places to play and have fun.

 

 

The Greens
In the residential area of ​​Jezzines, there are green seating and beautiful views of a series of small lakes and trees. In the green spaces, wooden chairs are distributed where you can sit and eat light food that you buy from nearby supermarkets such as Choithrams or The Greens

 

 

supermarket.

Dubai Creek
In this area, you can learn about the features of old Dubai and ride an abra to wander the creek and visit ancient markets such as the Spice Market, the Fabric Market and the Gold Souq. The price of an abra ride is one dirham, and there are three stations for this traditional means of mass transportation, the first of which is in the old Deira market, Al Sabkha station, and Al Shindagha station, Al Ghubaiba.

 

 

A study reveals the most famous features of some tourist countries in the world

A study reveals the most famous features of some tourist countries in the world

The old saying goes, “Know your enemy’s character before visiting him.” What do you care about friends, not enemies?

 

 

 

The British Telegraph website published an exciting documented report that reveals the most famous habits of most peoples of the world, with a focus on the peoples of the most famous countries in terms of tourism.

It is very important when you travel to a new place that you get acquainted with the customs of the peoples of this place, at least so that you do not commit actions that these people consider sins, for example.

 

 

Follow us with this exciting report.

Venezuela
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The country is the cheapest in the world at the level of fuel price, thanks to the subsidy policies pursued by the government there, you can rent a car and buy a liter of gasoline at only $0.01.

One of the most important features of Venezuela is also the high rate of beauty among females, to the point of choosing Miss World from there more than once. There is also a huge nature reserve located on almost half of the country’s area.

 

 

Costa Rica
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do you look for happiness ? You have to go to Costa Rica, as its people are the happiest in the world, and, according to recent reports, people are very happy.

In the 2016 index, Costa Ricans won the score (extent to achieving a long, happy, sustainable life).

 

 

South Korea
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Are you looking for a faster Internet than any country in the world? South Korea has the highest average internet speed in the world, and also the most country in the world with LTE coverage.

 

India
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Life in India is the cheapest in the world, according to recent studies that included all life amenities such as housing, food and drink in stores and restaurants, clothes, taxi fare, leisure activities, services, and internet and mobile phone bills.

If you are looking for a cheap vacation to you in India.

Egypt
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If you choose to travel to Egypt, you will notice the highest rates of tourist friendliness in the world. The Egyptian people are by nature friendly and hospitable, and when it comes to receiving tourists and being an essential resource for the economy there, expect to find a bright smile from the heart facing you on your visit.

 

 

A quick review of the rest of the countries:

Bhutan is the highest country in the world.

Monaco has the largest proportion of elderly people in the world, while Niger has the largest proportion of young people in the world.

The Japanese live the longest, while the Sierra Leoneans die young.

Kong is the most civil country, while Ethiopia is the least civil.

China is the least in number in speaking English.

Most of the World Heritage Sites are located in Italy.

The longest coastline in the world is located in Canada.

Bermuda is the most expensive place on earth.

The Faroe Islands have produced the most Nobel Prize winners in terms of population.