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Beit Mery intro. The picturesque Lebanese town of Beit Mery’s fame as the perfect visitor destination goes back over 2,000 years to Phoenician and Roman days. Dignitaries and the wealthy of both colonial empires found the town’s lovely setting, spectacular views and cool climate as attractive as do today’s tourists. Modern day travellers are fascinated by the Roman and Byzantine ruins, and archaeological sites left scattered across Beit Mery’s three hills by those early visitors. Just 16kms from Beirut, the town overlooks the vast city and its Mediterranean coastline. Beit Mery hotels are booked solid during the winter Al Bustan cultural festival, featuring chamber ensembles, full orchestras and international dance and drama groups. At the southern tip of the town are Phoenician and Roman temples, one of which has an 18th century Christian church and monastery built over part of its foundations. Buzzing Beirut’s markets, dining, shopping and beach resort amenities are just a short drive away through the lush pine forests surrounding the ancient town.
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