Tyre is a city in the south of Lebanon. About 120,000 people lived there in 2003. The Phoenicians originally built the city. It is known as Tyrus in Latin, and Tyros in Greek. Its name in Arabic and Turkish is Suur
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Desperation descends on Tyre, Lebanon. MSNBC 25 July 2006. ^ Israeli commandos stage Tyre raid BBC 5 August 2006. ^ "Protecting marine biodiversity in Lebanon". International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). 2 May 2012. ^ Hany El Shaer; Ms. Lara Samaha; Ghassan Jaradi (Dec 2012).
Places. Tyre, Lebanon, a city . See of Tyre, a Christian diocese seated in Tyre, Lebanon; Tyre Hippodrome, a UNESCO World Heritage site; Tyre District, Lebanon; Tyre, New York, a town in the United States
Jul 05, 2020 · Tyre, Lebanon. Wikipedia . Alternative forms . Tyrus; ... Tyre. An ancient sea port and city state of Phoenicia, in present-day Lebanon. Related terms
Tirus (bahasa Arab صور Ṣūr, Fenisia Ṣur, Ibrani צור Tzor, Ibrani Tiberias צר Ṣōr, Akkadia Ṣurru, Yunani Τύρος Týros, Inggris Tyre) adalah sebuah kota di Gubernuran Selatan di Lebanon. Dengan berpenduduk 117.100 orang, Tirus mencuat keluar dari pantai Laut Tengah dan terletak sekitar 80 km di selatan Beirut.
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The mountains of Lebanon are drained by seasonal torrents and rivers foremost of which is the 145 kilometres (90 mi) long Leontes that rises in the Beqaa Valley to the west of Baalbek and empties into the Mediterranean Sea north of Tyre. Lebanon has 16 rivers all of which are non navigable; 13 rivers originate from Mount Lebanon and run through ...