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Jeita Grotto is characterized by the presence of cavities, narrow reefs, halls, lounges, and structures that have been naturally formed for millions of years, where the melted and leaky snow water formed several large pits in limestone, and natural formations called stalagmites and lodges. It is worth noting that this cave consists of two main parts: the upper cave, and the lower cave, which leads to a river of underground water. Note that visitors to the site have a valuable opportunity to see the wonderful landscape of the rock formations.
The Beiteddine Palace is one of the historical monuments, visited by tourists, to view the Palace Museum, and the reception rooms that are topped with decorated wood, carved ceilings, mosaic panels, and a wonderful marble fountain, and the palace overlooks a wide garden.
The Patara Gorge
The Batara Gorge Waterfall (English: Baatara Gorge) is located in the Lebanese town of Tannourine, and it is considered one of the most important tourist places in Lebanon, where visitors and tourists come to enjoy the wonderful atmosphere and see the amazing scenery. Historical evidence indicates that the waterfall has been around for millions of years, as it was discovered in 1952 AD by explorer Henry Clift.
Hamra Street is considered one of the most important streets of Beirut, and it is considered an important destination for visitors and tourists of the region; it is a cultural and vital center, and visitors can enjoy walking in it, engaging in the noise of shopping, and the noise of people.
The Temple of Bacchus (in English: Temple of Bacchus) is located in the Lebanese city of Baalbek, and it is considered one of the most beautiful Romen monuments that are still visible to this day, and despite the age of this temple, it is still preserved in its shape; it takes the shape of a rectangle, and its roof is based on A group of giant columns; 15 columns on both sides, and 8 columns in the facade, as decorated with rock inscriptions and expressive drawings.
the National Museum
The National Museum is located in the city of Beirut, and includes within it many historical relics that express the history of the region, and the civilizations that have been successively governed, including bronze statues and coffins dating back to the Phoenician era.