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As usual in TripAdvisor the same place is listed 2 or more time but in this case is OK so I can add to my other review!
You really feel the history in the Palace and the fact that it is still in use today...More
I am sure this place is lovely, however they charged us to go in and then most of the rooms were closed due to a wedding going on in the grounds, they should have told us this before we paid to enter, very wrong.
This is a fantastic palace and well worth the visit. While understated and lacks the opulence when compared to similar abodes in the region, it is nevertheless a beautiful property matched by stunning architecture and surrounded by breathtaking views.
This building is now used as the summer residence of Lebanese presidents. The collection of mosaics gathered from around the shores of Lebanon is one of the best I've
seen, with no cracks or missing pieces. The living quarters are also interestingly furnished with typical...More
A wonderful time to explore on a cloudy day. Incredible and preserved architecture. Lovely interior decor and a great collection of mosaics. Worth a visit and must be so pretty in the summertime in the surrounding gardens. Must see!