2. The Rock of Raouché, Lebanon

Known as Pigeons’ Rock, the Rock of Raouché attracts hundreds of tourists each year. The two majestic rock formations stand like huge sentinels to the city of Beirut.

Tourists and locals like to stroll along the corniche at any time of the day, however during the sunset hours it is especially crowded. Try to go as earlier as possible to walk along the corniche and find a great spot for viewing the breathtaking sunset.

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