Tripoli

Love and war tour, Tripoli

Are you ready for an extraordinary adventure that transcends boundaries? Welcome to the Love and War Tour, an eye-opening journey along the former demarcation lines of Jabal Mohsen and Beb El Tebbeneh, in Tripoli, now proudly featured on the loca... Read More...

10 things to do in Tripoli

Tripoli , is the largest city in northern Lebanon and the second-largest city in the country. Situated 85 kilometres (53 miles) north of the capital Beirut, it is the capital of the North Governorate and the Tripoli District. Tripoli overlooks the ea... Read More...

Masbanat Awaida, Tripoli

The first soap factory was established in Tripoli, capital of the North Lebanon, in the late nineteenth century by Mr. Hussein Awaida. Its construction took ten years from 1870 to 1880, owing to the primitive means of architecture at that time. Sinc... Read More...

Top 8 Ramadan sweets

The month of Ramadan is upon us and Muslims around the world celebrate this holly month with prayers, fast and traditions. Each day the fast is broken at sun down, and an array of food is served, to include special desserts made especially during thi... Read More...

Hammam el Abed, Tripoli

Tripoli's only functioning hammam is Hammam el-Abed, and it is the least elegant. Probably built at the end of the 17th century. It has the typical pierced domes of Mamluke and Ottoman era public baths. The interior, with its cushions, central founta... Read More...

Taynal Mosque, Tripoli

The mosque of Emir Seif ed-Dine Taynal el-Hajele was constructed in the year 1336 in the middle of Tripoli among extensive orange groves, not far from the Abu Ali river, although at present it is surrounded by tall buildings and roads. This mosque w... Read More...