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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Gold axe depicting a greyhound (Temple of the Obelisks, Byblos).
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Middle Bronze Age faience monkeys from Byblos.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Drunk Silenus on a panther from 3rd century Byblos.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Limestone tombstone from Byblos, Roman period.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Balsamic vase made from gold and faience (Middle Bronze Age).
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Limestone statue from Sidon (7th century BC).
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 4th century mosaic from Beirut showing the amorous adventures of Jupiter.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Gold axe depicting Gligemesh and Enkidu.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Iron Age terracotta bottle (c 8th century BC).
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Limestone bust from Echmoun, 6th century BC.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Iron Age limestone stele, Tyre.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Hellenic vase with owl from Byblos.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Castor and Pollux from the Hellenic period, Beirut.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Terracotta libation scene found in a tomb in Tyre (7th century BC).
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Funerary mask from Tyre, 7th century BC.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Ivory figure of the master of Dyonisus from Sidon (Roman period).
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 3rd century glass flask.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Limestone face from the Roman period in Beirut based on Greek theatre masks.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
 The remains of two 2nd century Roman temples.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 The base of the Roman temple.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 A Roman column incorporated into the building.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 The base of the Roman temple.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 Mosaic in the courtyard.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 Mosaic in the grounds of the monastery.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 The Romanesque interior.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Byzantine Ruins
 The remains of a Byzantine settlement.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Byzantine Ruins
 Byzantine houses.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Byzantine Ruins
 Mosaics from a 6th century Byzantine church.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Byzantine Ruins
 Floor mosaic.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Byzantine Ruins
 Detail of 6th century mosaic.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Byzantine Ruins
 Mosaics from a 6th century Byzantine church with swasticas, Eastern symbols of good luck.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The Hammam al-Jadide is a bath house dating from 1740.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
Great Mosque
 The mosque dates from 1315.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The entrance to the Al-Tuwashiyat Madreassa, a school dating from 1471.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The Al-Attar Mosque (Perfumers' Mosque) dates from the 14th century.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 Entry is through an Ottoman arch over a crusader bridge and through a Mamluk gate.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 The moat.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 The Mamluk gate is at right angles to the rest of the entrance.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 The entrance.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 Sarcophagi.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 Relief figures on a sarcophagus.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 The original crusader fort was rebuilt by the Mamluks and the Ottomans.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 The fort was built by crusader, Raymond St Giles.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 View of the citadel.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 View of Tripoli from the fort.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 The fort.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 Steps.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 Passages.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 Enormous archway.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 The fort dates from 1102.
Lebanon
Tripoli
St Giles Citadel
 Decorated wall.
Lebanon
Batrun
 Mseilha Fort.
Lebanon
Batrun
 Mseilha Fort dates from the 17th century.
Lebanon
Abu Ali Valley
Raskifa
 Monastery at Raskifa.
Lebanon
Abu Ali Valley
Raskifa
 Cliffside church.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The Monastery of St Anthony Qozhaya.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The monastery is built on the side of the steep valley wall.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The monastery is on the North side of the valley.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Small shrine.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Cave dwellings.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 A series of grottos.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Grotto of St Anthony.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Stone buildings.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The museum building.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The museum contains historical and religious artefacts.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Portrait of St Arsene.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Printing press from Edinbourgh.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Book printed at the monastery.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Icons.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Carved wooden box.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The entrance to the church courtyard.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Arab influenced gateway.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Arab style two-coloured stone entrance to the church.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Detail of the external decorations.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The triple bell tower of the church.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The church window.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The interior of the church uses the natural rock for its ceiling.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The altar.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 Lamps.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
St Anthony Qozhaya Monastery
 The courtyard.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
 One of the many monasteries in the valley.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Statue of Khalil Gibran at the museum entrance.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 The museum is built into the rock.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 The museum is in a house owned by the poet.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Steps to the road outside the house.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 The entrance.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Portraits of Khalil Gibran, Lebanon's national poet.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Furniture and personal effects.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Personal effects.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 The rooms are filled with artwork by the poet.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Many of the paintings are of naked women.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 "Divine World".
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Portraits of the poet's wife (charcoal).
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Woman.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 "Three Venus and Nature".
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Naked woman.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Sketch of a family scene.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Part of a series of paintings featuring a woman with a centaur.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Woman and centaur.
Lebanon
Qadisha Valley
Bcharre
Khalil Gibran Museum
 Portrait of a woman.

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