About Sidon Castle
Originally a thirteenth century Crusader fort, the Sea Castle of Sidon now stands as a picturesque ruin and popular visitor attraction. The crusader structure was largely destroyed by the Mamluks but the site was later rebuilt in the 17th century. Today the site offers excellent and you can explore both the inner courtyard and the striking towers.
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