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Citadel of Sidon - As It Appeared on Year 1810. It was built by the Crusadors in the early 13th century.  
Painting Of The Citadel of Sidon  

 Zahlee (Zahle)



Hasbaya's Citadel


The building consists of three floors above ground and three subterranean floors. Constructed in stages, often damaged and rebuilt, today the sprawling structure incorporate a mix of styles, building techniques and states of repair. 



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Faraya Profile

Altitude: 1310m
Distance from Beirut: 48km

Getting There

From Beirut, go north, through Nahr El Kalb tunnel, turn right to Jeita, Ballouneh, Feytroun, Ajaltoun, Kolayaat, Mairouba, and go toward Faraya and Ouyoun Al-Siman.

Faraya Ski

General Information

Faraya is known for the excellent skiing facilities in nearby Ouyoun Al-Siman, but a lot goes on in summer too, when the mountain town enjoys a comfortable climate. The ski resort has an elevation of 1,891 meters with the highest run starting at 2,463 meters. These slopes overlook one of the finest views in Lebanon.

However, the whole area is better known under the name of Faraya-Mzaar or simply Faraya, which is the best equipped and most popular resort of Lebanon. Skiers, snowboarders, snowmobile addicts, cross-country lovers and paragliders come to Faraya from all parts of the country.

Starting at 1850m, you may reach the 2465m top of Mzaar and enjoy the breathtaking view over the colorful Bekaa valley, Mount Hermon of the Anti-Lebanon and other peaks like Laqlouq and the Cedars.



























Information From the Ministry of Tourism

Lebanese Ministry of Tourism

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