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There's so much to see in Sidon. This I only saw from afar. It looks lovely. I got on a boat that takes locals to the island beach. I didn't get off the boat, just came straight back. It costs pennies.
This Palace is an absolute must see when traveling to Saida, the family Debbane were very fond of music so the museum is filled with old and rare music instruments. And the museum's guide is very knowledgeable about the history of the palace.
An old but a gold Fortress you can call it, talk about history 18Th century to be exact.
Amazing architecture , fabulous piece of Art really , at the main door and it's a small wooden door with few stairs going up , you could...More
I arrived at the Debbané Palace in Sidon at 4:35pm on March 23, 2015. The museum, with its sign indicating an opening hour of 9 to 5 except Fridays, was unattended and locked. Kind vendors around the museum told me to return in five minutes,...More
I love this mini palace. I visited it several times.Its architecture as well as its furniture reflect the atmosphere of old days. If you access to its terrace you can view old Sidon. It needs a little time to go around. Its location is in...More
Debbane Palace is an 18th century old palace, owned by Debbane Family and turned today into a museum for Visitors. Entry Is free of charge. It is usually open all days except Friday from 9 am till 6 pm (but check the hours before going)....More