Photograph of the week: Temple of Jupiter, Baalbek, Lebanon

 

Did you know that Lebanon has some of the best preserved Roman ruins in the Middle East? The ancient city of Heliopolis, now known as Baalbek, was a place of worship of Venus, Jupiter, and Bacchus. This shot features the six remaining columns of the Temple of Jupiter.

Temple of Jupiter

Thank you to Nick Kembel of Nick Kembel Spiritual Travel & Photography for permission to reproduce the image.

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