Habbariyeh, Hasbaya district
The area of Habbariyeh is located in Hasbaya in Southwest Lebanon. On the left side of its main road, there is a Roman temple that is 17m long and 9m wide. It used to have a façade supported by two columns, but today, sadly… only the foundations remain. The walls height persisted to be 8 meters! Moreover, there is an ionic pillar and a frieze, which is a flat central horizontal stone on the top, on the southern part. Inside, there are two niches and above them, there is a glittering horn. Above the upper eastern niche, there is a Greek inscription of six lines.