Tamar Rotana Hotel

Address: Boulevard General Emile Lahoud, Hadath, Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Boulevard General Emile Lahoud, Hadath, is near Our Lady of Harissa, Hamra Street, National Museum of Beirut, and Al-Omari Mosque.
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    Travel Blogs from Hadath

    Can this country get any more amazing??

    A travel blog entry by 613flavah on Oct 22, 2014

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    ... 20,300 ft) and located 200 feet below the upper caves, andiIt is traversed by a smooth underwater river and a lake (the "Dark Lake"). The river is broken up by several small cataracts and rapids.

    After our amazing cave visit, we drove to visit Our Lady of Lebanon. It is a marian shrine and a pilgrimage site, honoring the patron saint of the Mediterranean country of Lebanon. The Lebanese Christians as well as the Druze and Muslims ...

    Some sight seeing

    A travel blog entry by 613flavah on Oct 20, 2014

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    ... s hands in order to keep his palace a one-of-a kind. The Emir lived in it until 1840. Afterwards the building was used by authorities as the government residence. Following WWI, it was used for local administrative purposes. It was later restored and was then declared a historic monument in 1934. It was later named the People's Palace because it was built by the people's hands, blood and money. The palace is now an ...

    (2) History of the Harbours

    A travel blog entry by oudmayer on Dec 10, 2011

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    ... on his way to Egypt, conquered all of the Phoenician harbours, sometimes through enormous effort. End of independence. After the Greeks, the Romans came, and as so often they have left the most impressive legacy in terms of architecture. The Romans consolidated the land under their rule: they, too, had no time for small, independent city states (as readers of Asterix & Obelix may well recall).

    The militant rise of Islam provided ...

    Sıdon

    A travel blog entry by hyperfeedback on May 24, 2011

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    ... ghbourhood ıs more ıntergrated here than other ones ın the south.

    Other sıtes ın Sıdon ınclude an ınterestıng soap museum, ruıns and a pretty lookıng Khan (storage house). Found myself walkıng back through the Palestınean neıghbourhood to fınd an old Mosque and also saw the Debbane Palace whıch ıs a resorted mansıon. Most of ıt was closed and the guy ...

    Wine, Hizbollah, Saida, and Jounieh

    A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Feb 22, 2011

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    ... adventure would be to drive through the valley past what
    appears to be the only lake in Lebanon (El Qaraaoun). We past
    vineyards, wineries, and some goat herding along the way.




    We are ...