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St. Charbel Church Museum

This museum is situated in the entrance to St. Charbel Church, a medieval church built on the foundations of a Roman temple. Several Roman...

Our Lady of Ilije Monastery Museum

This monastery housed the Maronite Patriarchate from 1120 to 1440. It now preserves the oldest Maronite icons in Lebanon, which date back to the 10th...

Wax Museum

The Historic Wax Museum in Byblos has been taking visitors on figurine tours of Lebanese history since it opened its doors in 1970. Revisit moments...

The Two Defense Towers

Built by the Crusaders at the port of Byblos to protect its entrance, a chain was once strung between them as an additional defense measure. Today,...

The Fossils Museum

Located at the center of Byblos souk near the archeological site, this museum exhibits a collection of million-year-old fossilized fish, animals and...

The Crusader Castle

Built by the Crusaders in the 12th century over the remains of Roman structures, Byblos castle is an immense and formidable testament to the city’s...

Saydet an-Najat Church (Our Lady of Deliverance)

It was built during the 12th and 13th centuries over the remains of a Byzantine church. It is distinguished for its massive pillars.

Pépé Abed Museum

Local legend Youssef Abed started a double tourist venture in 1962 by opening his own museum adjacent to a seafood restaurant he owns called the...

Medieval City Wall

The old medieval part of Byblos is surrounded by a huge stone wall the Crusaders built at the beginning of the 12th century, which they braced with...

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