Sidon

Sidon is a city in . The people are largely Sunni Muslims. The main attraction of Sidon is its Sea Castle, built by the Crusaders in the 13th century.
Photo: Heretiq, CC BY-SA 2.5.

Notable Places in the Area

Archaeological site
The is an ancient place of worship dedicated to Eshmun, the Phoenician god of healing. Photo: Elie plus, Public domain.

Historic site
The Castle of Saint Louis, also known as Qalaat al Muizz or the Land Castle, is a ruined in Sidon, . Photo: BlingBling10, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Museum
The Soap Museum is a museum in Sidon specialized in Levantine soaps. Photo: BlingBling10, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Lighthouse
Photo: MARTYR-92, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Village
Al is a small city in South , near the South's capital, the famous city Saida. Photo: Hassan.khalifeh, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Village
is a town in located 45 km from and 5 km east of Sidon at an elevation of 210 m above sea level. Photo: Charbel2010, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Village
is a small village in the of the in .

Sidon

Latitude
33.5618° or 33° 33' 42.6" north
Longitude
35.378° or 35° 22' 40.9" east
Open Location Code
8G5QH96H+P6
Population
164,000
IATA airport code
QSQ
United Nations Location Codes
LB SAY and LB SDN
Elevation
9 metres (30 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 4799206602
Geo­Names ID
268064
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Also Known As

  • Abkhazian: Ṣayda
  • Arabic: Saïda
  • Arabic: Sidon
  • Arabic: حارة صيدا
  • Arabic: درب السيم
  • Arabic: صيدا
  • Arabic: قعقعية الصنوبر
  • Arabic: كفرملكي
  • Armenian: Սայդա
  • Armenian: Սայտա
  • Azerbaijani: Sayda
  • Basque: Saida
  • Basque: Sidon
  • Belarusian: Сайда
  • Belarusian: Сыдон
  • Belarusian: Сідон
  • Bengali: সিডন
  • Bulgarian: Сайда
  • Bulgarian: Сидон
  • Catalan: Sidonians
  • Catalan: Sidó
  • Cebuano: Sidon
  • Chinese: 賽達
  • Chinese: 赛达
  • Church Slavic: Сидонъ
  • Church Slavic: Сїдѡнъ
  • Croatian: Sidon
  • Czech: Saida
  • Czech: Sajdá
  • Czech: Saída
  • Czech: Saïda
  • Czech: Sidon
  • Czech: Sidón
  • Dutch: Sidon
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: صيدا
  • English: Saida
  • Esperanto: Cidono
  • Esperanto: Sidono
  • Estonian: Sidon
  • Estonian: Siidon
  • Estonian: Şaydā
  • Finnish: Sidon
  • French: Sagette
  • French: Saidoon
  • French: Saïda
  • French: Seide
  • French: Seyde
  • French: Sidon
  • French: صيدا
  • Gallegan: Sidón
  • Georgian: სიდონი
  • German: Sidon
  • German: Sidonier
  • Greek, Ancient (to 1453): Σιδών
  • Greek: Σιδώνα
  • Hebrew: צידון
  • Hindi: सिदोन
  • Hungarian: Szidón
  • Icelandic: Sídon
  • Indonesian: Sidon
  • Irish: Siodón
  • Italian: Saida
  • Italian: Sidone
  • Japanese: サイダ
  • Japanese: シドン
  • Kabyle: Ṣayda
  • Kalaallisut: Sidon
  • Kashubian: Sydón
  • Korean: 사이다
  • Korean: 시돈
  • Latin: Sidon
  • Latvian: Saida
  • Latvian: Sidona
  • Letzeburgesch: Sidon
  • Lithuanian: Saida
  • Lithuanian: Sidonas
  • Lombard: Sidon
  • Lombard: Sidone
  • Lombard: Sidun
  • Malagasy: Sidôna
  • Malay (generic): Sidon
  • Mazanderani: صیدا
  • Norwegian: Sayda
  • Norwegian: Sidon
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Saida
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Sayda
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Sidon
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Sidon
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Сайдæ
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Сидон
  • Pampanga: Sidon
  • Persian: صیدا
  • Polish: Sydon
  • Portuguese: Sidom
  • Portuguese: Sídon
  • Portuguese: Tzidon
  • Romanian: Sidon
  • Russian: Сайда
  • Russian: Сидон
  • Scots: Sidon
  • Serbian: Sidon
  • Serbian: Сидон
  • Serbo-Croatian: Sidon
  • Slovenian: Saida
  • Slovenian: Sajda
  • Slovenian: Sidon
  • Somali: Sayda
  • Spanish: Saida
  • Spanish: Sidon
  • Spanish: Sidón
  • Swahili (generic): Sidoni
  • Swedish: Sagette
  • Swedish: Saida
  • Swedish: Saidoon
  • Swedish: Sasyda
  • Swedish: Sayda
  • Swedish: Saïda
  • Swedish: Saṣydā
  • Swedish: Sidon
  • Swedish: Siduna
  • Swedish: Zidon
  • Swedish: Ṣaydā
  • Swedish: Ẓidon
  • Tamil: சிதோன்
  • Tamil: சைதா
  • Thai: Sidon
  • Thai: ซาอีดา
  • Thai: ไซดอน
  • Thai: ไซดา
  • Turkish: Sayda
  • Turkish: Sidon
  • Ukrainian: Сайда
  • Ukrainian: Сидон
  • Ukrainian: Сідон
  • Urdu: صیدا
  • Uzbek: Sayda
  • Veps: Sidon
  • Waray (Philippines): Sidon
  • Welsh: Sidon
  • Wu Chinese: 赛达 (黎巴嫩)
  • Yiddish: צידון

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