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Old Districts in Tripoli Lebanon

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Homsi District

At the Homsi square there is a narrow and covered street surrounded on both sides by residences, a madrassa, a caravansary, and a wall with defensive windows. Historically, the wall was used to protect the gate of the district that existed at the end of the road and lead to the outside of Old Tripoli.


Mahatrah District
Dhar alMoghr The Red Gate at the Mahatra District

Children playing in the Mahatra District Mahatrah Arc (Mameluke Period)

The Alley of Secrets at the Mahatra District.




Mallaha District
Mallaha Pool

Nouri District
Mameluke arches and passages at the Nouri district.

Ouwaynat District

Ribat AlKhayl Alley.

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