Sa´da

  • Sa´da is the capital of southern Lebanon. What is left of its glory during the Persian Empire is the temple of Eshmoun (2 miles northeast), erected in the 5th century BC. Take a pleasant stroll around the souks facing the port where you will see the Sea Castle, a fortress built in the 13th century....
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Amy Adejokun
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Sa´da is the capital of southern Lebanon. What is left of its glory during the Persian Empire is the temple of Eshmoun (2 miles northeast), erected in the 5th century BC. Take a pleasant stroll around the souks facing the port where you will see the Sea Castle, a fortress built in the 13th century.

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