10+ roman sites in Lebanon you must see!

is a country that has 5,000 years of history. Last year, National Geographic declared that 

 

Lebanon is one of the world’s oldest countries

. The Romans left a lot of ruins in such as amphitheaters and a bath. In fact, the Temple of Bacchus in Baalbek is one of the largest temple ruins in the world. Visit these sites to explore ’s interesting side!

Ain Harcha Temple

 

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Location: Ain Harcha

Amphitheater

 

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Location: Byblos

 

Bath ruins

Location:

Bziza Temple

 
 

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Location: Koura

Faqra Temple

 

Location: Faqra

God Mercury Temple

 

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Location: Hardine

 

Mashnaqa Temple

Location: Al Mashnaqa

Nabi Safa Temple

 
 

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Location: Kfarmeshki

Qasr Naous ruins

 

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Location: Ain Akrin

Temple of Bacchus

Location: Baalbek

 

Yanouh Temple

 

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Location: Yanouh

 
 
 


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