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Tripoli (Lebanon)

city in northern Lebanon

30m

34.43333335.85

Byblos

Mediterranean city in the Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon

36km

34.1235.65

Jeita

human settlement in Lebanon

50km

33.9535.64

Baalbek

city located in Lebanon

55km

34.006936.2039

Zahle

capital and largest city of Beqaa Governorate, Lebanon

55km

33.83333335.916667

Beirut

capital of Lebanon

62km

33.88694435.513056

Deir el Qamar

human settlement

74km

33.735.5667

Jezzine

town in Lebanon

88km

33.53333335.583333

Sidon

city in Lebanon

94km

33.56055635.398056

Damascus

capital of Syria

98km

33.516736.3

Homs

city in western Syria

99km

34.73083336.709444

Latakia

principal port city of Syria

99km

35.52361135.791667

Tyre

city in the South Governorate of Lebanon, also an ancient Phoenician city and the legendary birthplace of Europa and Elissa (Dido)

129km

33.27083335.196111

Golan Heights

region in the Levant

134km

32.98135.749

Safed

city in northern Israel

141km

32.965833335.4983333

Rosh Haniqra

geologic formation in northern Israel; white chalk cliff face which opens up into spectacular grottos

149km

33.083335.1167

Sea of Galilee region

largest freshwater lake in Israel

153km

32.7999735.58815

Tiberias

city in northeast Palestine

157km

32.7818635.52747
Sights

Citadel of Raymond de Saint-Gilles

A massive and impressive fortress, 140m long and 70m wide, which began as a much smaller fort and encampment used by Raymond and the Crusaders to lay siege to Tripoli beginning in 1101. Following the reconquest of Tripoli by the Mamluks in 1289, the fortress was destroyed. In 1308, Esendemir al-Kurji, then governor of Tripoli, constructed a citadel to house troops on this site. Under Ottoman rule, significant restoration work and additions were made to the citadel. The present state of the citadel is largely the result of work undertaken by Mustafa Barbar Agha, governor of Tripoli at the beginning of the 19th century.

612m

34.433435.8445

Beqaa Valley

50km

34.0088888936.14527778

Anjar, Lebanon

Lebanese town

65km

33.7258333335.92972222

Temple of Eshmun

The ruins of the temple of the Phoenician God of healing, about 4km north of the city centre.

92km

33.5857335.398204

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North Lebanon

Lebanon
Northern Lebanon uniquely blends the outdoors with extensive historical and cultural attractions. With the country’s highest mountain, Qornet es-Sawda (3,090m), as well as the highest ski resort, The Cedars, this region offers a rocky, rugged terrain that makes Lebanon unique in the Middle East. At the far northern end of the Mt. Lebanon range, the Akkar region is the most remote area of the country, housing traditional villages and beautiful scenery.

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