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To me Anjar was a very interesting place - an early Islamic city laid out as an ancient Roman city with cardo and decumanus, and at the same time the typical early Islamic lay-out with the mosque very, very close to the palace.
Very interesting ruins to see. Some are very well preserved despite the wars that has been going on in that area over the years. It was a bit thrilling to be close to the Syrian border. We were concerned before going if it was safe,...More
The archeological site isn't very big and only small bits have been retaurated.
A few things are worth visiting: the baths on the left side when you enter the site. They restaurated a small part of the original floor so you can have an idea...More
These ruins are from the second Caliphate but the city is built on Byzantine lines (grid pattern) and re-uses some pillars and other stones from prior eras (you can see Greek lettering). Fairly high up in the valley (on the road to Damascus but a...More
The umayyid ruins in the city of Anjar is an interesting place to visit on a day trip from Beirut. The remnants of the complex have been kept quite well and one could easily imagine how the living had been in the days of its...More
Located in the Bekaa Valley, these famous ruins are certainly worth a visit, but go with a guide. There is basically no information on site, no shop, no guidebooks on sale or information boards and the man at the entrance was just a local taking...More
My visit in Anjar was part of a one-day tour. Located in the Bekaa Valley, this fascinating complex is filled with ruined temples, impressive arcades, and gates, many built in Hellenistic and Roman style. While walking through the ruins, we were plunged back in time...More