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Las columnas y el mar

La zona de Al-Mina forma parte de las ruinas arqueológicas de Tiro,( significa roca)declaradas Patrimonio de la Humanidad en 1984. Estas ruinas se distribuyen en tres zonas y Al-Mina es una de estas zonas. Situada en el extremo suroeste de la ciudad Contiene restos de las épocas griega, romana y bizantina La via romana se organizaba a través de una vía pavimentada con mármol y bordeada por filas de suntuosas columnas de un metro de diámetro y ocho metros de alto. Esta vía, de 175 m de largo, desemboca en el mar

The area of Al-Mina is part of the archaeological ruins of Tyre (means rock) declared World Heritage in 1984. These ruins are divided into three areas and Al-Mina is one of these areas. Located on the southwest end of town Contains remains of the Greek, Roman and Byzantine periods The Roman road was organized through a path paved with marble and lined with rows of sumptuous columns of a meter in diameter and eight feet high. This road is 175 m long, flows into the sea

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