This site located next to the tennis stadium is well worth a visit. It features a subterranean network of stone passageways built around a historic qanat. It's said to have been built some 2500 years ago to collect, purify and store water for the inhabitants of Harireh; given the arid climate, water was, unsurprisingly, a precious commodity.
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This splendid archaeological site comprises the remains of a large house with private qanat (underground water channel), a public hammam and a…