I recently came across a very interesting article on "14 amazing places to visit in Lebanon that aren't Beirut, Baalbek or Byblos" by Jason Lemon, where he encourages tourists visiting Lebanon not to get stuck w
Baalbek is in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon which is the main arable land in the country, once famous for opium and hashish – now full of corn, cotton and vegetables. The valley was an important agricultural region for the Romans too.
The chouf in Lebanon is a landscape that sets you back to ancient times. It really looks like cut out of a dream.


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