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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


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State
Place
Location
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Lebanon
Tripoli
 The city of Tripoli.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Tripoli is a Sunni Muslim city in the North of the country.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Busy street scene.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 The clock tower is the centre of the city.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Tripoli is known locally as Trablus.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Taylan Mosque
 The entrance arch.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Taylan Mosque
 The mosque is built on the site of a Carmelite church.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 A series of cafes in the souks of Tripoli.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The narrow streets of the souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Part of the souk is under buildings.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Meat and vegetables.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Cheese and olives.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Aubegines, okra and potatos.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Okra (ladies' fingers), known as bamya in Arabic.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Fruit, dates and olives.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Cinnamon.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The covered souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Fruit and vegetables.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Fish and prawns.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Dates and pomygranites.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 View of the vegetable souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Groceries.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Meat and fish mongers.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Vegetables and bananas.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Clothes souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The narrow streets of the souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Shop selling prayer beads.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The gold souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
Great Mosque
 The Great Mosque is in the centre of the souks.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
Great Mosque
 The mosque was built by the Mamluks.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
Great Mosque
 Small dome.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
Great Mosque
 The interior.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Children's clothes.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Cloth shop.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
Khan al-Sabboun
 The Khan al-Sabboun is a large courtyard.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
Khan al-Sabboun
 Khan al-Sabboun is the soap market.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
Khan al-Sabboun
 Bars of soap.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
Khan al-Sabboun
 Soap in the shape of fruit.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The Al-Attar Mosque is in a side street.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Shop selling wooden items.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Perfume shop.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Fruit and vegetable seller.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Chairs and baskets.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The Khan al-Khayattin, the tailors' souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Tailor.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The Al Uwaysiat Mosque is cramped between buildings.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 St Giles Citadel is on a hill over the old city.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 The fort dominates the old city.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 View of the old city.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 One of the many churches in Emir Bachir Street (The Street of Churches).
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Emir Bachir Street (The Street of Churches).
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Tripoli is famous for its sweets.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Sweet with nuts and syrup.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Pistaccio sweets.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Baklava.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Semolina cake with almonds.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Sweet with pistaccio.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 An example of sweets from the city.
Lebanon
Abu Ali Valley
Kisha
 Building at Kisha.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 Settlements.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 The region is mainly Christian.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 Settlements on ledges above the valley.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 Christian village perched on a ledge.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 Small village surrounded by trees.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 High settlement.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 Cemetary.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 The small town of Kfar Saroun on the rim of the valley.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 Hasrun and Hadchit on opposite sides of the valley.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 View of Hasrun (1400m).
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 The spectacular setting of Hadchit, 1400m.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 Church at Hadchit.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
 View of Bcharre on the Northern rim of the valley.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
 Bcharre is the largest town in the valley.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
 The hilly streets.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
 Bcharre Hospital.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
 Church of the Virgin.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Museum dedicated to the life and art of poet Khalil Gibran.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 One of the many Christian villages along the valley.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 One of the many Maronite churches in the valley.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 View of Tripoli.
Lebanon
Byblos
 12th century Crusader ramparts surround the old town.
Lebanon
Byblos
 The Ottoman souks in the old Phoenician port.
Lebanon
Byblos
 Narrow streets in the old city.
Lebanon
Byblos
 One of the gates to the old city.
Lebanon
Byblos
 Covered souk.
Lebanon
Byblos
 Small Christian church.
Lebanon
Byblos
 View of the old city.
Lebanon
Byblos
 The Wax Museum is in an old mansion.
Lebanon
Byblos
Church of John The Baptist
 Bronze statue of the Crucifiction.
Lebanon
Byblos
Church of John The Baptist
 Row of statues in the garden.
Lebanon
Byblos
Church of John The Baptist
 Statue.
Lebanon
Byblos
Church of John The Baptist
 The administration building.
Lebanon
Byblos
 The old Phoenician harbour.
Lebanon
Byblos
 The Harbour from where cedars were exported around the Mediterranean.
Lebanon
Byblos
 Pepe's Fishing Club.
Lebanon
Byblos
Crusader Castle
 View of the beach from the castle.
Lebanon
Byblos
Crusader Castle
 View of the Phoenician harbour.
Lebanon
Byblos
Crusader Castle
 View of the town over the castle.
Lebanon
Byblos
Crusader Castle
 The Church of John The Baptist.
Lebanon
Byblos
Crusader Castle
 View of the old Roman road, now a wide avenue.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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