A cathedral in Tyre, Lebanon, built in the 12th century. The cathedral became the traditional coronation place for kings of Jerusalem and a venue for royal marriages. The Crusader cathedral, which had been damaged by an earthquake before, was destroyed by the Mamluks who conquered Tyre in 1291.
Ruins, possibly Crusader Cathedral, Tyre, LebanonImage
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