Baalbek is a town in Lebanon containing the ancient Roman temple of Bacchus. Many consider the town to be sacred because of the spiritual significance that it had to the Roman people.
Many travelers visit Faraya in the winter because they enjoy the ski resorts in the area. Visitors that don’t like to ski can enjoy the cable car rides that go over the breathtaking mountains.
Lebanon adopted its national flag in 1943. The green cedar in the center is known as the Lebanon Cedar, and the white stripe stands for peace.