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Mleeta offers definitely an interesting experience about the Israeli-Lebanese war, and at last , under a different point of view!
The location is highly impressive on a hill 70 Km from Beirut in the Nabatieh region, a unique scenery.
On display weapons used during the...More
This is one for the books. Located in a fairly remote area of Lebanon in hills previously defended by Hezbollah during the 1982 war, it’s about 80 kilometers and as many minutes to get here from Beirut. A car is essential, with ideally a driver...More
Definitely worth a visit but be prepared for a large amount of propaganda...
I visited this place as part of a conference i attended in Lebanon and it was definitely interesting.
Built about ten years ago as a memorial/museum to the 2006 war with israel...More
A day trip to Mleeta is worth the uncertainty of the adventure.
We'd heard from several people that the Mleeta Museum, celebrating the victory of Hezbollah over Israel, was a must-do day trip from Beirut. Many people rent a car to go to this unusual,...More
Mleeta was one of the primary strongholds of Hezbollah resistance during the occupation of southern Lebanon by Israel. The main memorial is an impressive symbolic expression of the conflict - a pit filled with destroyed Israeli military hardware. There are also well presented displays of...More
The site has been open for 5 years, it is situated on a hill previously used by resistance warriors in the fight against the Israeli invasion of (South) Lebanon. You can ask for a guided tour, you learn a lot more about the story of...More
This museum is very well appointed, displays very well organized, recreation of events.. tunnels.. rooms recreated to relive events.. you walk through the displays outside and it takes you all around to various exhibits where everything explained on plaques and tells a story as you...More
Mlita is a unique outdoor museum which is a MUST if you were visiting South of Lebanon.
This museum is informative and gives you a different perspective of the Lebanese-Israelli war and some of the Resistances “secrets” of how they fought Israel.
The site of...More