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A very tiny headland protruding magnificently into the east Mediterranean, the biggest city in Lebanon, sitting north of the Lebanon-Israel border and features hot-summer Mediterranean climate, this is the most sacred land of Beirut, Lebanon. Beirut is the most popular capital city and has everything that can attract visitors from across the globe. There are incredible facilities, wonderful locations, cultural interest and the vibrant surrounding with outstanding natural beauty and dramatic scenery around the most powerful and omnipresent Mediterranean coast.
From historical sites and old churches to old mosques every element of Beirut is simply irresistible for the travellers. If you are young and single, then this is the best place to visit; the downtown region and Historical neighbourhood adjacent to Hamra are quite thrilling. If you are looking for the places to hang out with friends, then this could be the most amazing place to choose; you can roam around Seafront district, pubs, trendy shopping area, residential areas, as well as various historical landmarks. Many people choose the crazy nightlife of Beirut and the super tempting surrounding area of bars, clubs and pubs.
Travellers spend time here while jogging, walking and strolling around Paris Avenue, which is the most beautiful region to enjoy outdoor cafes. The public beaches are the best regions to explore sun, sand and water punctuated with the marine life. No doubt, the region is brimmed with pretty impressive walls, enigmatic canyons, and hidden caves, which holds the hearts of freaky voyagers.
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France’s fourth most populous region, expanse of the Marqueffles fault, storyline of the Artois and Ternois hills, and the enveloping the slopes of Beaufort-Blavincourt, this is the astonishing Arras, France. Arras is the oldest city with incredible number of monuments and landscapes. The Bell Tower of Arras is highly popular across the world; the soft and porous sedimentary rocks dominate the regions and make it worth visiting.
Old squares, Flemish-Baroque-style townhouses, relics of World War I, Gothic town hall, Italian-style theatre hall and old citadels are the great places to experience. The life here is far more natural, pious and relaxed; travellers indulge in the local culture while enjoying local food on the busy streets.
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