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A series of roads containing cafes, restaurants and shops radiate from the central clock tower. It is so relaxing to just sit and have a coffee or smoke the hookah and watch the world go by. We must have spent 3 hours just sitting and...More
If the whole of Beirut was like this, then Beirut would have the greatness of Paris or London. It is in a car-free zone, just great, an amazing place! Has some other great places nearby like the Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque,the St. George Maronite Cathedral and...More
Beirut is said to have been destroyed and rebuilt seven times. This square located in the heart of the city with its beautiful four-sided tower equipped with Rolex watches, truly symbolizes the resistance of the Lebanese people to the hardships of the past. The country's...More
This site can be considered the heart of Beirut. Much to visit alongside this local. Stop in at the Grand Cafe, enjoy a cup of Turkish Coffee and smoke some Shisha. Enjoy the view of the plaza from this vantage point.
This place is centrally located in Beirut which is well maintained. This square having outdoor seating arrangement all around the square with lots of Pigeons. The clock tower is the most attractive attraction of the city.
It's worth to walk and enjoy your evening with...More
The English translation of Place of the Star does not sound as elegant. The orange/yellow brick associated with the area is noteworthy. At its center is the venerated Clock Tower, given to the city by Pepe of Byblos fame. The Rolex watchmaking keeps excellent time....More
It is a small clean square with some restaurants and St George Maronite Cathedral next to it. I think restaurants are a bit more pricey than usual. While there the square was considerably quiet - I was expecting to find it more crowdy. The clock...More