Al-Bass is a large archeological site with many sarcophagi, columns and remains of the ancient hippodrome (for chariot races). Like most government-run sites the entrance fee was modest, much was strewn around and you could wander and climb on anything you wanted. The washrooms were being constructed/renovated and were not great though we were glad they were there. We spend 2 hours there and then viewed the al-Mina sight with its Roman Road columns from outside and walked along part of the coast. There was a narrow road where our driver got stuck on for a while. It's in the UN zone but we didn't experience any problems.
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