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Irrespective of what you think about Hezbollah, you should come to this site and learn how things happened during the war between Israel-Lebanon.
This exhibition is very well built, with a lot of Israeli captured material, and English captions. The movie contains a lot of...More
Being American, I’m used to thinking of Hezbollah in a certain way with my government’s and media’s bias. It’s interesting coming here and getting another point of view.
It’s an interesting site, and well set up. You start with the film, then a guide explains...More
This place tells the story of Lebanon, where the soldiers fought, blood was spilled, where they prayed, and their souls went to heaven. This is now one of the important war museum to visit in Lebanon. The Museum is closed every Tuesday and the entrance...More
Quiet a long trip from Beirut but you travel through some interesting villages on the way which are totally different to Beirut.
Tree museum is very modern with staged exhibits.
On arrival you are firstly shown a film about how Hezbollah defeated the Israelis and...More
This place is on the site of previous fighting with the Israelis, and is now used to commemorate those killed. Israeli artefacts of war have been creatively set in a central viewing area. You can then walk through paths down into tunnels used by Hezbollah...More
Totally in love with this place . Its a bit far from beirut and you can get lost easily on your way so open google maps and ask the locals 4 directions.
Once u get there the entrance fee is approx 3$ per person ....More
I visited in March as part of a conference in Beirut, i went with 4 Americans there who didn't encounter any trouble at all. Indeed 1 of them works in Beirut and the other two study in Beirut and Tehran and encounter no... More
I visited in March as part of a conference in Beirut, i went with 4 Americans there who didn't encounter any trouble at all. Indeed 1 of them works in Beirut and the other two study in Beirut and Tehran and encounter no problems either.
If i were you though i would definitely hire a taxi for the day, Lebanese driving is in the politest way possible, highly questionable especially if you're not used to it. Either way have a great time!