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Tourism in Beirut
The Lebanese city of Beirut has a strong and vibrant tourism sector, as it has a large number of tourists visiting, because it contains buildings with a wonderful architecture that represents a mix between the French, Gothic, Ottoman and Arabesque style, in addition to the presence of many landmarks and attractions, Including: ancient historical monuments, picturesque parks, the city’s promenade, and others.
The most important tourist attractions in Beirut
The Lebanese city of Beirut includes many landmarks and wonderful tourist places, and the following are mentioned for their most important:
Beirut Central District
The Beirut Central District represents the central area in Beirut, and it is one of the most vital areas in the city. It includes many urban manifestations that express the modern history of Lebanon, including: the Tower Square, the Nijmeh Square, as well as the presence of Many old traditional buildings.
The American University was founded by American missionaries during the 1860s, and was built on a hill overlooking the Mediterranean Sea directly, knowing that the campus today contains art galleries, a museum of natural history, and an archaeological museum.
Robert Moawad Private Museum
The Robert Mouawad Private Museum is located in a Gothic Palace building built in 1911 AD, and it represented the residence of a Lebanese politician named Henry Philip, and he remained on that until he was converted into a museum in 2006 by businessman Robert Moawad, This museum displays many magnificent historical artifacts.
the National Museum
The National Museum is considered one of the most important museums in the city of Beirut. It includes many artworks, historical artifacts that express the history of the State of Lebanon, and the successive civilizations, including: golden bronze statues and Phoenician coffins.
Muhammad Al-Amin Mosque
The Mohammed Al Amin Mosque, which was opened in 2008, is considered one of the most important monuments of the city of Beirut.