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Tripoli's Present Aspects
  1. Introduction
  2. Summary
  3. Abou Ali River
  4. Aerial Photos
  5. Agriculture
  6. Airport
  7. Banking
  8. Cafes
  9. Car Rental
  10. Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture
  11. Charitable Associations
  12. Cinema
  13. Citizens
  14. Climate
  15. Commerce
  16. Conferences
  17. Copper
  18. Cultural Centers
  19. CVs
  20. Distances
  21. Economy
  22. Education
  23. Electricity
  24. Entertainment
  25. Environmental Concerns
  26. Exhibition Center
  27. Families
  28. Feasts
  29. Festival
  30. Food
  31. Free Sea Zone
  32. Furniture Industry
  33. Gadgets
  34. Geography
  35. Governmental Foundations
  36. Handicrafts
  37. Health
  38. Hospitals
  39. Hotels
  40. Investment
  41. Islands
  42. Industry
  43. Insurance
  44. Kazdoura
  45. Labor Unions
  46. Landscape
  47. Language
  48. Location
  49. Magazines
  50. Mameluke March
  51. Maps
  52. Markets
  53. Media
  54. elMina
  55. Municipal Unions
  56. Natural Beauty
  57. Newspapers
  58. North Lebanon
  59. Palm Islands
  60. Panorama View
  61. Parks
  62. Petroleum Rafinery
  63. Postcards
  64. Prayer Times
  65. Quarters
  66. Radio
  67. Ramadhan
  68. Resorts
  69. Restaurants
  70. Sailing Instructions for Mariners
  71. Scouts
  72. Seaport
  73. Shopping Malls
  74. Soap Making
  75. Society
  76. Solar Timing
  77. Sounds
  78. Sports
  79. Squares
  80. Streets
  81. TeDS
  82. Television
  83. Tax Refund
  84. Telephone Directory
  85. Temper
  86. Theater
  87. Thoroughfares
  88. Timing
  89. Tourism
  90. Tourist Guide
  91. Transportation
  92. Turbul Mountain
  93. Visa Requirements
  94. Water
  95. Who's Who
  96. Work Schedules

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Tripoli's WAP Dimension
Tripoli's WAP Dimension

http://tripoli-city.org/wap/index.wml


In order to bring the city of Tripoli Lebanon closer to you, the Tripoli Internet Database/tripoli-city.org launched its WAP service on June 21, 2001. This was only possible due to the advanced capabilities of the hosting WEB/WAP-servers thankfully offered by Mr. Bachir Ghalayini.

Using your WAP-capable mobile device you can now connect to the Tripoli Internet Database/tripoli-city.org's service at the address http://tripoli-city.org/wap/index.wml.

At present, the Tripoli Internet Database/tripoli-city.org's WAP service includes the following options:

  1. Tripoli Today: Includes essential information about the Location, Geography, Climate, Natural Beauties, How to Reach Tripoli from Beirut's International Airport or from Central Beirut, Transportation Within Tripoli City, Car Rentals, Sailing Instructions for Mariners Heading to Tripoli, The Harbor, Shopping Options, Cafes, Restaurants, Cinemas, Theatres, Sports Clubs, Hotels, Residences, Resorts, Handicrafts, Banking Sector, Insurance Companies, Renee Moawwad Airport, etc..
  2. Tourism: Includes brief descriptions of The Tripoli Citadel and the Tell Clocktower as well as some selected Mosques, Churches, Madrassas, Towers, Baths, Caravansaries, and Palaces.
  3. History: Includes a quick reference about Tripoli in the Prehistorical, Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Crusades, Mameluke, and Ottoman periods.

Additional services shall be added soon.


Tripoli by Night
A superb view of Tell Clocktower and the nearby square Tripoli by Night

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