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Assure a guide with you while visiting the historical ruins of Fatra Temple. Sitting there on the rocks with some history in back ground along with a cool breeze is amazing. Can complete visiting the two spots in same compound in less than two hours....More
We were skiing in Mzaar and I had read that this was just a few kilometers away, so we decided to check it out. The ruins on the left (with the Roman columns and Dolomite rocks) are fenced and are open between 9 and 3....More
These fantastic ancient Roman ruins are a reminder of not only how old the Lebanon region is but how much history there is to see and experience. These ruins are currently under partial restoration but are still worth visiting. We visited during a snow storm...More
Definitely worth a stop! These ruins are beautiful and very well intact.
They are split with some sitting open on the side of the road and others fenced off below where you have to pay to enter.
Definitely go down and pay to see these...More
On your way to Faqra and Mzaar, situated in Kfardebian village, whether you are a specialist in archeology or just a tourist, Faqra is a place to visit.
A very well preserved site where you will find a Byzantine Church, next to a Roman Temple....More
Took my friends to these beautiful ruins. I suggest people visit it. They are well preserved ruins and the entrance fee is very low so definitely a place to visit, they give you an explanatory sheet about the history of these ruins. Make sure you...More