Settlements similar to or like Tyre, Lebanon

One of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world, though in medieval times for some centuries by just a tiny population. Wikipedia

  • El-Buss refugee camp

    One of the twelve Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon, located in the Southern Lebanese city of Tyre. It had been a refuge for survivors of the Armenian Genocide from the 1930s until the 1950s, built in a swamp area which during ancient times had for at least one and a half millennia been a necropolis. Wikipedia

  • Burj el-Shemali

    Municipality located some 86 km south of Beirut and 3 km east of the Tyre/Sour peninsula, merging into its urban area. Part of the Tyre Union of Municipalities within the Tyre District of the South Governorate of Lebanon. Wikipedia

  • Rashidieh

    Second most populous Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon, located on the Mediterranean coast about five kilometres south of the city of Tyre . The name has also been transliterated into Rashidiya, Rashidiyah, Rachidiye, Rashidiyyeh, Rashadiya, Rashidiyya, Reshîdîyeh, or Rusheidiyeh with or without a version of the article Al, El, Ar, or Er. Wikipedia

  • Sidon

    Third-largest city in Lebanon. Located in the South Governorate, of which it is the capital, on the Mediterranean coast. Wikipedia

  • Byblos

    City in the Mount Lebanon Governorate of Lebanon. Believed to have been first occupied between 8800 and 7000BC and continuously inhabited since 5000BC, making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Wikipedia

  • Beirut

    Capital and largest city of Lebanon. , Greater Beirut has a population of 2.2 million, which makes it the third-largest city in the Levant region and the thirteenth-largest in the Arab world. Wikipedia


    Sentences forTyre, Lebanon

    • Most of the Lebanese originate from the Lebanese city of Tyre, which is known as "Little West Africa and has a main promenade that is called "Avenue du Senegal".Senegal-Wikipedia
    • The people of Tyre, in particular, have long maintained Persian Gulf origins, and the similarity in the words "Tylos" and "Tyre" has been commented upon.Bahrain-Wikipedia
    • The Phoenicians worked to keep their cultural cohesion and ethnic solidarity, and continuously refreshed their close connection with Tyre, the mother city.Berbers-Wikipedia
    • Founded around 1104 BC as Gadir or Agadir by Phoenicians from Tyre, Cádiz is mostly regarded as the most ancient city still standing in Western Europe.Cádiz-Wikipedia
    • An independent centre of civilization with trading links to Phoenicia">Phoenicia was established by Phoenicians from Tyre on the north-west African coast at Carthage.Africa-Wikipedia
    • By the 13thcentury the population of Acre probably exceeded 60,000, then came Tyre and the capital itself was the smallest of the three with a population somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000.Crusades-Wikipedia

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