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Zahle - Lady of Tall Shiha



 Zahle - Lady of Tall Shiha



Our Lady of Zahle and the Beqaa For the most spectacular view, go to the 54-meter-high hill-top tower of Our Lady of Zahle and the Beqaa located east of town. here an elevator takes you up to a viewing platform overlooking the city and the extending plain.


Tall Shiha


The structure is crowned with a ten-meter-high bronze statue of the Virgin, the work of the Italian artist, Pierroti. The base houses a small chapel seating about 100 people. Our Lady of Zahle and the Beqaa The Zahlé area has some scattered ancient remains indicating a history going back at least to the Bronze Age (1200 - 3000 B.C.). You can see cave tombs in the cliffs of the Wadi el-Aarayesh, while Byzantine, Roman and Canaanite sarcophagi and ancient pottery sherds have been found in the hills around the city.





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