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The sea castle of Sidon is actually a fortress which was erected by the Crusaders in the early 13th century. It is located on a small island which is linked to the mainland through a causeway and was once the site of a temple to the god Melkart. ...
A highlight of the souq zone is the Khan el-Franj (Inn of the Foreigners), the most wonderful and best saved of all the limestone khans worked by Fakhreddine (Fakhr advertisement Din al-Maan II) in the seventeenth century. The magnificently ...
The Debbane’ Palace Museum is one of the most famous places in the world. It has been home to some of the finest artifacts in the Middle East. The start of the journey for the tourist is from the Souq by means of a tall staircase set apart with ...
The Sidon Soap Museum is a historical center in seaside Lebanese city Sidon. It follows the historical backdrop of cleanser making in the area in terms of its advancement and assembling techniques. Visitors can see a showing of how customary olive ...
Accepted to remain on the site of an old Philistine sanctuary, the site was utilized by the Byzantines to erect a congregation in the fifth century; however after the Muslim triumph in the seventh century, it was changed into a mosque. Depicted as ...
The Sidon Old Souk is a nice and hustling place in the eastern Middle Eastern city. The locality is known for the wide array of shops on offer. Everything from clothes to under garments to food and to drinks are available. Tourists can also take a ...