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Soap Museum, Sidon

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Learn how soap is made from olive oil at Soap Museum, located within a 17th-century building that once served as a factory. Now a museum, the former factory exhibits old tools and includes a traditional hammam. Learn about manufacturing techniques from 17th century and explore the history of traditional soap making. By using our Sidon trip itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Soap Museum and other attractions in Sidon.
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  • This museum shows how soap is made, painstakingly shaped, the patterns or insignia of each family and how soap is perfumed. The museum itself is clean (wonderful bathrooms with really good soap), cool...  more »
  • Located in the historical old town Saïda! The soap museum is a must see! And can buy some of there aromatic soaps!  more »
  • Small museum in the old city of Sidon that shows the many stages of soap manufacturing and the processes used to shape and dry handmade soap. The museum is housed in the souks in beautiful stone vault...  more »
  • Nice place to learn about a piece of Saida's history and learn about how soap is made and even buy some. Funny how they have liquid soap in their rest room 🤔
  • Very old place that used to be a soap factory and now turned into a museum. If you are visiting Saidon make sure you pass by the museum.
  • This is a soap factory that has operated for so many centuries and still existing today..
  • 5000LL entrance
  • Nice Museum. Fast and interesting, the tour is guided in french or English.
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