Menjez: From Megalithic Societies to Beit Al-Tourath

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Megalith /ˈmɛɡəlɪθ/ Is this the type of construction that resembles Stonehenge, where great stones are used without mortar or concrete to build a monument or a structure? There definitely should be a mistake; we do not have such structures in Lebanon. Or do we? Menjez is a village in Akkar, in the north of Lebanon, […]

Eshmun: The Phoenician God of Healing

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When heading from Beirut to Sidon, one can’t help but notice the luxurious vegetation that surrounds the Awali River. The site of Eshmun lies within this lush valley of citrus groves, thus spreading its aromatic fragrances to roll back time and accompany the visitor in their discovery of this unique place. A site rich with mythology and history, […]