By the way, Lebanon’s National Museum can go to the Tomb Raider. The basement floor is full of tombs, and there are also three real mummies on display. The last picture is the clothes worn by the mummies. Mummies are not allowed to be photographed.
The location is very easy to find. It is near the French embassy. There are many statues and exhibits. It has a long history. The student ticket is 1,000 Lebanon, about 4 to 5 RMB, and the adult ticket is more than 20 RMB, which is very cheap.
This is a museum showing the history of Lebanon. There are indeed many treasures in it, divided into two floors. The heavyweight collections in the museum are all unearthed from these places. The exquisite mosaics are from Balbec, the exquisite sarcophagus is from Tyre, and the famous stone statues and sculptures are from Jubail. Museum controllers can't miss it, here is definitely an eye-opener for you.
alot of intreasting things to see
In the National Museum of Beirut, one can see artifacts from various periods in history.
There are two floors above and below the museum, and there is also a basement. Very few people are particularly quiet. Remind me that tickets only charge Lebanese pounds