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  1. Tyre, Lebanon - Wikipedia

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    Today Tyre is the fifth largest city in Lebanon after Beirut, Tripoli, Aley and Sidon, It is the capital of the Tyre District in the South Governorate. There were approximately 200,000 inhabitants in the Tyre urban area in 2016, including many refugees .

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  2. 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).

    • 2750 BC
    • Tyre
  3. Sidon - Wikipedia

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    The city is also the center of the Sidon District and the Union of Sidon and Zahrani Municipalities (founded in 1978 and contains 15 municipalities). Sidon hosts the southern regional headquarters of a series of governmental facilities like the Central Bank of Lebanon, Électricité du Liban, Central Telecommunications Station and others.

  4. Today Tyre is the fifth largest city in Lebanon after Beirut, Tripoli, Aley and Sidon, It is a district capital in the South Governorate. Tyre, Lebanon - Wikipedia In 2002, France lost to Lebanon 36–6 in front of 9,713 spectators at Tripoli in the Mediterranean Cup final.

  5. Tyre, Lebanon - Sensagent.com

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    Definitions of Tyre,_Lebanon, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of Tyre,_Lebanon, analogical dictionary of Tyre,_Lebanon (English)

  6. Rashidieh - Wikipedia

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    According to Ali Badawi, the long-time chief-archaeologist for Southern Lebanon at the Directorate-General of Antiquities, it can be generally assumed that all villages around Tyre were established already during prehistoric times of the neolithic age (5.000 BCE), especially in the fertile area of Ras al-Ain, next to the Tell El-Rashdiyeh (the Hill of Rashidieh).

  7. Bayada, Ras El, Lebanon Map with Wikipedia Places

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    #8 Ras al-Ain, Lebanon Settlement Updated: 2020-03-16 Ras el Ain, , is a place abounding with immense fountains, with reservoirs and aqueducts 6 km south of Tyre, and ca. 77 km south of Beirut, in the South Governorate, in the municipality of Batouliyat. The place lies in a very green and fertile plain, about one kilometer from the sea coast.

  8. Wikipedia:WikiProject Lebanon/Popular pages - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of pages in the scope of Wikipedia:WikiProject Lebanon along with pageviews. To report bugs, please write on the Community tech bot talk page on Meta. List [ edit ]

  9. Tourism in Lebanon - Wikipedia

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    Tyre, Lebanon has an old town located next to the Roman ruins at the tip of the peninsula. Tyre was originally an island until Alexander the Great built a causeway to seize the city during a fierce battle in the Siege of Tyre. It is home to one of the best preserved Roman Hippodromes in the world among many other ancient ruins.

  10. Palestine (region) - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Mandate Palestine is divided into Trans- Jordan/Jordan (81%) and Israel (19%), as today the Jordanian capture of East Jerusalem and West Bank has been reversed. The Gaza strip was captured by Israel from Egypt in 1967, and Israel withdrew from Gaza in 2005.The region is often named Holy Land, and is sacred for Christians, Jews and Muslims who ...