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New app reconstructs the ancient glory of Baalbak’s Roman ruins in Lebanon; The Frontier Post

 

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In 1898, an unlikely royal visit was made to the 10,000-year-old city of Baalbek, a jewel in the crown of Lebanon’s archeological history. As part of his grand tour of the Orient — an expedition that involved 100 coaches, 230 tents and 10 guides — the last emperor of Germany, Kaiser Wilhelm II, and his wife Augusta Victoria were awestruck by Baalbek’s famed Roman ruins.

Source: New app reconstructs the ancient glory of Baalbak’s Roman ruins in Lebanon – The Frontier Post

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