Mleeta landmark is an extraordinary museum that gives the average non-Arab visitor a completely new perspective on the Lebanese-Israeli conflicts. The museum consists of a large indoor gallery with captured Israeli booty. Then there is an outdoor section with captured Israeli military equipment (tanks, planes, etc). Next comes an outdoor exhibit with tunnels and fox holes. Finally, there is the HQ and the memorial site.
Sidon, one of the oldest Phoenician cities, was founded in the 3rd millennium BC and became prosperous in the 2nd. It is frequently mentioned in the Old Testament; and it was ruled in turn by Assyria, Babylonia, Persia, Alexander the Great, the Seleucids of Syria, the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt, and the Romans. Herod I the Great embellished the city, and Jesus visited it.