Welcome Guest

     Home  Site Map  Help

Citadel of Sidon Today
Citadel of Sidon - As It Appeared on Year 1810. It was built by the Crusaders in the early 13th century.  
Painting Of The Citadel of Sidon  


Sidon Necropoli

The Necropoli of Sidon. The three main necropolis of Sidon lie beyond the ancient city limits and were in use until the late Roman and early Christian eras. These are the necropolis of Ayaa below the present village of Helalie, and the necropolis of Ain el Helwe to the southeast. Located in what are now residential areas, no excavations are in progress at any of these sites.


Necropoli of Sidon

South of the city in ancient cemetery known as Dekerman was used until this century. It is also an archaeological site, with an extensive collection of objects, mostly sarcophagi and tombs in situ, as well as fragments, inscriptions and sculptures. The number of circular Chalcolithic (4000 B.C.) foundations can also be seen here. 



Information From the Ministry of Tourism

Lebanese Ministry of Tourism

Top of Page
2005 - 2009 Saidon Home Page. All rights reserved.
Qana, Jesus First Miracle in Lebanon


  Home  About Us  Contact Us  Help                                                                                                                              Copyright NetMotif. All Rights Reserved.