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Today, Tripoli is also known as al-fayḥā′ (الفيحاء), which is a term derived from the Arabic verb faha which is used to indicate the diffusion of a scent or smell.
Tripoli was once known for its vast orange orchards.
The Palm Islands were declared a protected area because of their status of haven for endangered loggerhead turtles (Chelona mydas), rare monk seals and migratory birds.
Even though the history of Tripoli dates back at least to the 14th century BCE, the city is famous for having the largest Crusader fortress in Lebanon (the Citadel of Raymond de Saint-Gilles), and it has the second largest amount of Mamluk architectural heritage on earth (behind Cairo).
During Ottoman rule from 1516 to 1918, it retained its prosperity and commercial importance.
Tripoli and all of Lebanon was under French mandate from 1920 until 1943, when Lebanon achieved independence.
Tripoli has a Hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Csa) with mild wet winters and very dry, hot summers.This caused extensive destruction, including the burning of Tripoli's famous library, Dar al-'Ilm (House of Knowledge), with its thousands of volumes.During the Crusaders' rule the city became the capital of the County of Tripoli.In 1289, it fell to the Mamluks and the old port part of the city was destroyed.A new inland city was then built near the old castle.