And also other landmarks in Lebanon such as Sidon Sea Castle, the Phoenician Wall, Mseilha Fort, and Shouf Biosphere Reserve.
The Lebanese Ministry of Tourism and Google collaborated to capture the best images possible and uncover the beauty of Lebanon to the world.
#10 Byblos was officially recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.
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