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near Chlîfa, Baalbek-Hermel (Lebanon)
A nice trail through the roman green path to deir el Ahmar village in bekaa province.
The green trail explores the Roman trail (Via Appia) one of the earliest and strategic Roman roads of the ancient Empire. Once connected the city of Baalbek with the city of Rome. The tour started from the village of Beit Mattar towards the entrance of the town of Deir El Ahmar, on the junction of the village of Chlifa, the path headed towards the ancient Roman temple of Qasr Bint Al Malak dedicated to the Roman god of fire, Vista. There, from the hills of Harf Chlifa, visitors can enjoy the captivating view of the Bekaa valley. The path continued to the Lake of Chlifa, then to the organic farms of Mazraa’et Beit Matar.. The tour continued to pass through several sites of local saints at Beit Iskandar and the Yammouneh. There, you’ll find the nature reserve of Yammouneh renowned for its biodiversity, enchanting cedar forest, and abundant pine and juniper trees. You will also come across the serene lake, water dam, and water mill, all of which serve as the source for the water springs of the region. The trip ended at a spectacular view of yammouni waterfalls and source of water
Roman ruins 2100 years old. King’s daughter god of fire vista
In the road towards yammiuni lake