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In the village of Dakoue, there are the ruins of a Roman temple that still retains a central courtyard and a front colonnade composed of three columns.

The temple was converted into a church and a chapel can be accessed via an opening in the west wall. There is a path leading from the temple to an ancient graveyard with tombs and sarcophagi. 

George Taylor noted the temple was aligned to the south west and classified it as a Prostylos temple. He noted that the decoration of the window, cornice and capital displayed a design unique in Lebanon.