At the western end of Beirut there is the Beirut Corniche, a road running parallel to the coast with a promenade for pedestrians. Here there are skyscrapers and residential buildings facing the sea. The Raouche (or Pigeon) rocks are two giant rock formations in the sea opposite the coast, a famous landmark created by marine erosion and earthquakes. The coast here is steep with cliffs and small, rocky beaches. Sunset views are beautiful.

01 Skyscrapers 02 Pigeon rocks 03 Raouche rocks 04 Pigeon rocks 05 Waterfront
06 Promenade 07 Mediterranean sea 08 Mediterranean sea 09 Mediterranean sea 10 Waterfront sunset
11 Pink bench 12 Promenade at sunset
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