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The Baalbek Temple is the most famous monument in Lebanon. It is located nearly 100 kilometers northeast of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, with an altitude of about 1160 meters. More than 2,000 years ago, the Romans built a huge religious complex after conquering here, which became one of the worship centers at that time. There are four temples dedicated to different gods. The outer wall corridors and altars are constructed of huge stones. Among them, the Jupiter Temple is the largest, but it is severely damaged. With the lion head, there are only 6 left, standing alone in the rubble. The temple of Bacchus is relatively intact. The walls and stone pillars of the temple are carved with various fine vegetable and fruit patterns.
if you visit lebanon you must visit this place , it takes you away to the past, and yhe people there is do kind and friendly
I think it is the most worthwhile scenic spot in Lebanon. It is about 90 kilometers away from Beirut, but they are all mountain roads, and the drive takes about 2 hours. Due to the super brutal driving habits of locals, self-driving is not recommended. It's best to go in winter, you can pass the snow-capped mountains. The scenery along the way is beautiful. Tickets are 15,000 Lebanese pounds. About 65 RMB. The first impression of entering the scenic spot is shock. Boulders, tall stone pillars. Feel the rest for yourself.
The Baalbek Temple is in Lebanon, close to the eastern part of Syria. This magnificent building was built in the Roman period. The huge stone pillars and exquisite carvings are amazing. The eastern and southern part is the sphere of influence of Hezbollah. There are countless roadblocks and soldier checkpoints along the way. After the civil war in the 1970s and 1980s and the conflict with Israel, the development obviously lags behind the northwest. There are many Lebanese sects and nearly half the population Believe in Christianity and have a high degree of westernization. (I forgot the picture in the last comment, now reissue)