The best places in Jubail

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Byblos Castle

Jbeil Castle is considered one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Lebanese city of Jbeil; it is an historical archaeological castle located in the historic region of Jbeil, which was controlled by the Crusaders in the year 1104 AD, and the castle sits on a high area, and overlooks an archeological city with a Romen theater, many temples, many temples, In addition to a number of columns, fences, and coffins belonging to the kings ruled Jbeil in ancient times.

Jbeil Archaeological Site Museum

The museum is located in the famous citadel towards the entrance, which is a historical building dating back to the Ottoman and Mamluk era, and it consists of two floors divided into several rooms, and inside it contains a number of artifacts, archaeological pieces, in addition to many archaeological sites that explain the history In it, as you explain the ancient history of Byblos, including the Arab period, the time of the middle centuries, back to prehistoric times, and the way of life that prevailed among the inhabitants of the region in the past.

Religious places

The city of Jbeil includes many prominent religious monuments, including:

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  • Mosques, Among the most famous of these are: the Mosque of Sultan Ibrahim bin Adham, which was called the (Mosque of the Seafarers); The Light, and the Imam Ali Mosque.
  • Churches, And that the history of its construction dates back to the era of Romen rule, including: the Church of St. Takla, the Church of St. Aquilina, and the Church of Mar Jacob.

Byblos port

It is the area directly overlooking the sea, and it represents an outlet for the residents of the area, and the surrounding areas, knowing that the visitors to the port have an opportunity for hiking, and seeing the wonderful view of the sea, as it is possible to go for a walk or exercise in the sport.

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Al Houssami House

It is an archaeological building owned by the Al-Hussami family, built in the nineteenth century, and this building is distinguished by a wonderful architectural style, similar to the architecture of the old Lebanese houses, and it also sits between ancient monuments, and is one of the most photographed areas in Lebanon.

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