Frequently Asked Questions About Tripoli Lebanon

Frequently Asked Questions About Tripoli Lebanon:

All the cities in Lebanon have a unique and lively vibe to them. Whether is it cultural, historical, or artistic, they all contain the element of wonder. So, we decided in this week’s blog to compile frequently asked questions about Tripoli Lebanon, to educate you more about our beautiful country and why it is interesting. Here are some of the questions we found fascinating to add:

  • What is Tripoli Lebanon known for?

Tripoli is known for a lot of public areas and restaurants that overlook the eastern Mediterranean Sea. It also has the containin Mansouri Great Mosque, the largest Crusader fortress in Lebanon, and the Citadel of Raymond de Saint-Gilles. Not to forget, it also has the second-highest concentration of Mamluk architecture after Cairo. This makes it a great destination for tourists and interested visitors.

  • What is a fun fact about Tripoli?

A lot of people don’t know about this, but Tripoli has the largest zoo in the country, filled with animals and many species of plants and trees that are only found there. Another fact is about Palm Island that is commonly known as The Rabbits Island. It got this name because it used to be a breeding place for Rabbits in the early 20th century. Also, did you know that there is another city called Tripoli which is the capital of Libya?

Frequently Asked Questions About Tripoli Lebanon

  • Why is Tripoli called Tripoli?

Indeed, where did it get its name from? The word ‘Tripoli’ was borrowed from multiple languages like Italian, Latin, and Greek where it metamorphosed from Tripolis and then to Tripolitania until it reached the common name that we know now. In the letters of Amarna, the name “Derbly” was given to it in the Phoenician age, possibly a Semitic association of the city’s modern Arabic name Ṭarābulus, and in other places “Ahlia” or “Wahlia” in 1400 BCE. According to the Greeks, Tripoli is a name that means ‘Three Cities’ which indicates the merging of three close cities together.

  • Who built Tripoli?

A bit on the historical side, but it is a fact about the foundation of our country. Tripoli was initially built by the Arab leader Soufian Ibn Mujeeb Al-Azadi in 636 A.D. Shortly after that, he built the Tripoli Castle is which considered one of the oldest castles in Lebanon.

  • How old is the city of Tripoli?

Tripoli was the core city of Lebanon during the Persian period, founded after 700 bc. In 300bc, it became the capital for the Phoenician triple cities, Sidon, Tyre, and Arvad. Then it was controlled by the Seleucids, then by the Romans, and lastly by the Muslims in 638 ad, making it 2711 years old. 

  • Does Presentail send flowers to Tripoli?

Of course, we do! Our mission is to make sure we cover all of the Lebanese grounds and provide to our customers in all regions, hence we included flower delivery Lebanon Tripoli in our services. Presentail’s vision goes way beyond that, just to make sure we offer your loved ones the flowers Lebanon blooms. 

These were some of the frequently asked questions about Tripoli Lebanon that intrigued as the most. Whether they were related to the historical aspects of the beautiful city, or to facts we never heard of before, we couldn’t agree more that Tripoli has a lot to give to its comers and goers; the best experience and memories!

Share your memories of Tripoli with us in the comment section below and tell us which of the answered questions above was most relatable to you!

 

A/N: This article was first published on Friday, November 17, 2021. Have a suggestion? Email us at  hello@presentail.com.