Tyre, Lebanon In 15 Amazing Photos

Tyre, a Phoenician city that dates back to 2,750 B.C., is among the world’s 20 oldest cities. It’s a great summer destination where you can swim in the crystal-clear sea and visit interesting monuments.

It’s where you can find historical and natural wonders.

Also known as Sour, Tyre is located in Southern Lebanon

It is a beautiful city with colorful vibrancy

One of its main sites is a hippodrome, which is on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites

The beach in Tyre is one of the cleanest in Lebanon. Swimming there is a delight!

Tyre’s port is one of the major ports in Lebanon

It is one of the 11 Phoenician cities and towns that are still inhabited.

You should spend a beach day in Tyre. Who knows, maybe you’ll get to see sea turtles!

And get to swim with them!

Thanks to the Lebanese ecologist Mona Khalil, the sea turtles in the South of Lebanon are protected!

Tyre’s ancient alleys are the jewels of this city!

If you’re up for some fun, you know where to go!

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Tyre, Lebanon In 15 Amazing Photos

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