Martyrs’ Square is one of the most important monuments in Lebanese history, as it is a field dedicated to the souls of the martyrs who were executed by the Ottoman rule. This monument was built in 1931 AD, and it is located in the center of Beirut, and it is one of the most important monuments that protest , Civic gathering, and gatherings right now, as it is full of markets and stalls.
The old city of Beirut
The old city of Beirut is one of the most famous attractions that attract tourists, because of its distinguished architecture, it is a mixture of Venetian Gothic architecture and French architecture, in addition to a mixture of Ottoman and old Arab architecture, and also contains many famous historical buildings, including Roman period monuments.
National Museum of Beirut
The National Museum of Beirut is a major cultural institution, providing a large and unique collection of artifacts that provide an overview of Lebanese history and civilizations that have influenced Lebanon’s culture, and gilded bronze statues are among the most prominent monuments in the museum, They were discovered buried near the Obelisk Temple in Byblos.
Muhammad Al-Amin Mosque
The Mohammed Al Amin Mosque is the main landmark in Beirut, where it was opened in 2008 AD, and it is distinguished by its blue colors and its yellow dome, and this mosque is located near the Martyrs Square, and it has four minarets with a length of approximately 65 meters, and is also distinguished Its main hall accommodates approximately 3,700 worshipers.
Hamra Street is one of the most famous places in Beirut, as it is a center of intellectual activity in 1960 AD, and it is a well-known place for tourists and locals alike to get to know the city and visit many libraries and universities, including the American University of Beirut .