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Usually tourists do this trip along with a visit to Baalbek temple in the Bekaa valley. It was a pleasant day to visit the ruins of Anjar. There was a ticket to purchase to visit the ruins. Interesting, Syria is just across the hill range...More
The last time I saw such a cracking site such as this was in Syria (before the war) and even then not sure which if the two best reflects the splendor of such ancient towns but I think Aanjar probably gets the prize for being...More
Very calm place. There are panels in different languages explaining about the site. The tour takes around one hour. Entrance fee is 4$. It's a little bit difficult to reach there. Better go in taxi or on a day tour package (nadia travel, nakhal travel,...More
I visited the aanjar ruins in 2019, and found them to be very beautiful. there are columns and still standing arches everywhere, including stacked columns and the front of one building still intact. Aanjar also has great views as well. The ruins are at the...More
The visit to Umayyad ruins of Anjar was including as part of a tour. The tour guide was knowledgeable. This put the ruins in perspective as to what they would have been and what they would have been used for.
Compared to the other ruins,...More
My group toured the site during Ramadan and we had to hurry a bit as it closed at 5 pm [frankly, our mezze lunch in town was too long]. The site was impressive, all the more so with blue skies. While never a Roman town,...More