Martyrs' Square (Place des Martyrs) Tours

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On May 6, 1916 a group of Lebanese nationalists were hanged for rebelling against Turkish rule. In 1965 a bronze statue was erected in their memory in what is today called Martyrs’ Square (Place des Martyrs). Since then it has served as Lebanon’s most important public gathering places and the site of the massive March 14th demonstration in 2005, which brought 1 million Lebanese to the square on the one month anniversary of the murder of Hariri.

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Martyrs’ Square is located near the Al Amin Mosque and Beirut Souq.
Address: Beirut, Lebanon
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