雨丝风片The birthplace of the Phoenician alphabet is here. The Phoenicians created Byblos and many other world cultural heritage sites in Lebanon and Syria. Unfortunately, many of them were destroyed by war. Byblos is one of the few cities still inhabited today. Although most of the houses I live in are modern and newly built. Picture 4 is the house where the local residents lived. Later, the archaeologist found the treasure below, so they demolished the house and excavated the archaeological site. The ruins here are layer after layer. First the oldest Phoenician civilization, then the Christian civilization brought about by the later Crusades, and then the later Islamic civilization. Huntington's "Clash of Civilizations" is the best commentary on Lebanon and even the Middle East, as well as the current world trade war and other issues.
雨丝风片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.
E29***39Beirut Souks is one of the most lively places in Lebanon. If you wanna enjoy shopping, whether its luxury or not, visit this market. it has big famous brands, restaurants and cinmea and coffee shops. I recommend eating at Snoberh, very traditional food (mostly a bakery)
雨丝风片Lebanon is mountainous and there are many caves in the mountains. This is considered the most famous. Jedda cave is divided into two holes. First take the cable car to see the cave above, and then you can take the small train down to play the cave below. Photography is not allowed in the cave. (These pictures are the landscape outside the cave.) Mobile phones and bags are mandatory. There is water in the cave below, and it seems that the water is not shallow, and you have to take a boat to enter the cave. There are not many man-made landscapes in the cave, and there are no lights, so it is primitive.