Phoenician Wall, Batroun, Lebanon ... Batroun is one of the world's oldest cities. Located along the Mediterranean coast in northern Lebanon, this city is known for its ancient castles & churches, quality citrus fruits, beaches & modern nightlife. Batroun was a Phoenician metropolis that was established more than three millennia ago. The remnants of an ancient sea wall, built by the Phoenicians to protect against tidal waves, still stands along the coastline.
Lebanese national anthem All of us for the country,for the glory,for the flag... From the start of centuries,our pencil and sword... Our fields and mountains are making the men... Our word and work on the way of perfection... كلنا للوطن...للعلا للعلم... كلنااااااااااااااا للوطن.. #يسعد_صباحك_يا_وطني #بحبك_يا_لبنان
A beautiful contemporary Christmas tree in front of the Mohammad al Amine Mosque, Martyr Square in Beirut, Lebanon
Gagarino site, Lipetsk region. 20 000 - 22 000 BP
Phoenician art craft – Byblos
Ancient Mediterranean cultures ~ The seafaring Phoenicians traders had contact with other cultures along the trade routes. Their Phoenician alphabet became a model for other prewriting civilizations.
Statuette of a Phoenician goddess, from the Phoenician coast, c.700-600 BC (bronze & silver) Louvre Museum
Tribute bearer, may be Phoenician, brings a pair of apes, wall panel relief, North West Palace, Nimrud, Kalhu, Iraq, neo-assyrian, 865BC-860BC