Gardens in Lebanon

Top Gardens in Lebanon, Middle East

Gardens in Lebanon

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  • ElieG
    Beirut, Lebanon155 contributions
    Not our visit to Ferme Mar Chaaya, my kids really like it. They like to feed lettuce to the animals which they get at the entrance for 3$ the bag. The farm has Lamas which is not common in Lebanon in addition to other type of animals which are relevant to a farm. The place is spacious it has a small chapel, an indoor space for different functions and a bigger one outdoor. Recommended if you are close to Metn/Broumana and want a change.
    Written September 24, 2019
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  • Shamz
    Cardiff, UK53 contributions
    Nice park, a very local feel By busy street, but defiantly a nice walk and beautiful fountain. Close to shops and restaurants
    Written March 3, 2022
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  • Cymro
    Coimbra, Portugal3,344 contributions
    This archeological site was only discovered during the clean up after the civil war and in fact is still under excavation. There is no public access, but it is easily viewed from the bordering street. Sadly the information board that was there was unreadable, but the ruins are of Roman and Phoenician origin. It takes about 10 minutes of your time to view. As there is no information and no access, there is nothing to do but have a quick look.
    Written August 29, 2018
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  • Elyas A
    Beirut, Lebanon16 contributions
    Although extremely rich in history, strategically located and full of potential, this place is neglected and inaccessible to the public.
    Written March 29, 2018
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