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Just a short walk from the Rolex Clock Tower, the Roman Baths is free to see and are viewable from the street. You look down upon the excavations from the street. However there were no information boards that I could see and luckily I had...More
As you explore the downtown of Beirut, it is important to remember the layers of history built upon each other from Phoenician to Roman. You cant walk around them but the site reinforces the amazing engineering of the Romans.
I advise you to have some can that can explain about Beirut. you can find some events on Facebook as 'Beirut free tours' a wonderful young guy that explain to the tourists about the history of this part of Beirut.
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These Roma. bathes located under the parliament hill are actually not accessible to people as they fall in a deep pit. Although they are very interesting to look at, there is nothing done to keep a visitor standing for more than 5 minutes at the...More
The most amazing part of looking at the Roman Baths is to imagine how the were operating almost 2000 years ago. The size is huge and just by looking at the construction I am amazed. Well worth a view, of cause you cant walk around...More