juki235The Crusader Castle is located in the ancient city of Caesarea in Tel Aviv. It was a fortress built during the Crusades thousands of years ago. The buildings are built with large stones. Although they have collapsed and shattered by the Mediterranean Sea, you can still see the majesty of the day.
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)
juki235This is a landmark in the center of Beirut, Islamic architecture. Next to it is the European-style shopping mall in the city center, the building has a beautiful combination of ancient and modern. The whole mosque is still very modern, after all, it was not repaired long ago. Please take off your shoes and socks when entering the mosque. Girls remember to wear a headscarf.
Built in 1228 and built by the Crusaders, this picturesque castle is situated on a small island that was once dedicated to the temple ruins of Melkart, the Phoenician version of Hercules and passed through sturdy stones. The causeway is connected to the mainland. In order to prevent the Crusaders from returning to the area, most of the Mamluks were destroyed and it was refurbished by Fakhreddine in the 17th century. On a calm day, you can see many broken rose granite columns lying on the surrounding seabed.
In the winter of 1227-1228, the Crusaders decided to strengthen Saida Port. In just a few months, they built this impressive fortress on the Phoenician site. The castle was partially destroyed and rebuilt several times until it was bombed by the British Marines in 1840. This is the symbol of the city of Saida. Opening hours: 9 am to 6 pm in the winter / 9 am to 4 pm