The New World Encyclopedia offers interesting background information on Byblos. Other publications and websites also cover its rich history. But visiting Byblos is a sure way of appreciating its heritage.
The red-roofed complexes with their Byzantine churches in their lofty aeries are indeed pretty, but it's their incredible perches atop the pinnacles that make the place -- and not the hordes upon hordes of tourists taking selfies.
Intricate inlaid ceiling (Abu-Fadil) The French protectorate over Tunisia, established in 1881, was keen on preserving the
A covered canal and part of a paved road from that period were found in the crypt museum, as was a burial chamber and an