Tuesday Michel took me to Byblos. I love historical places like this. Some consider this to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world. The people are even mentioned in the Old Testament as bringing the Cedars from Lebanon to help construct Solomon’s Temple. As you can see from the pics, it’s mostly ruins now, but what ruins they are. The size of the stones…unbelievable. We noticed a Star of David carved into one of the stones, and the Temple refrence makes sense. Anyone else know the story? You don’t see many Stars of David in Lebanon.
2 Replies to “Lebanon Day 23”
It sounds like you are getting a good taste of Lebanon. you’ve visiting some places i haven’t even seen yet! Byblos is one of my favorite places in Lebanon, it’s beautiful and the history is fascinating. Enjoy the rest of your stay, hope to see you back here soon.
Thanks Mary Beth! It was so great to meet you. The Lord is going to bless your ministry there in a big way.