#4 Qadisha Valley and the Forest of the Cedars of God
Quadisha Valley means Holy Valley. It is also called by people Valley of Saints. It has housed Christian monastic communities for many centuries.
As for the Cedar trees, cedar woods were prestigious in ancient times and only rich people could afford them. In fact, King Salomon used cedarwood for his temple.
Tyre was one of the two leading city-states in Phoenicia. In fact, it was also the most important seaport for the Phoenicians, and it is today the home of many Roman ruins.
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