Lebanon / Tourism: the beaches of Batroun

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With 10,000 inhabitants, the city of Batroun was founded in the 3rd century BC. It is known today for its beaches and its rather...

Lebanon / Heritage: the Taanayel Farms in the Békaa

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Rock and agricultural break, at the Taanayel farms in the Bekaa, founded in 1863 by the Jesuit congregation following the institution's compensation for the...

Lebanon / Heritage: the citadel of Hasbaya

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The citadel of Hasbaya in southern Lebanon is an interesting place to see despite its dismal external condition with diverse architecture - Crusader, Arab...

Lebanon / Heritage: The Roman temples of Ein Ankrine in the North

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The complex of Roman temples in the locality of Ein Ankrine is located in the caza of Koura in North Lebanon, just above Amioun...

Lebanon / Heritage: Cedars under the snow

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After visiting the Jaj cedars or from Barouk , we therefore go to the most mythical forest in Lebanon, or the Cedars of God...
Cedar apple from Lebanon. Photo credit: François el Bacha for Libnanews.com. All rights reserved.

Lebanon / Tourism: In the cedars of Jaj

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Jaj is a village on the edge of the Jbeil region, one of whose particularities is to host a forest of Cedars of Lebanon...

Lebanon / Heritage: The great juniper of Lebanon

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The large juniper, of its Latin name Juniperus Excelsa , is known in Lebanon as Lezzeb. Highly appreciated by the Egyptians and Phoenicians, it...

Lebanon / Heritage: the old city of Tire in South Lebanon

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Tire, one of the premier cities in the region, was founded in the 3rd millennium BC. It will shine so much in History through...

Lebanon / Heritage: The Valley of Nahr Brahim or Valley of Adonis

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The valley of Nahr Brahim, formerly called the valley of Adonis, is one of those exceptional places in Lebanon with a rich history. Adonis,...

Lebanon / Heritage: The Eternal Olive Trees of Bchaaleh in North Lebanon

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Bchaleeh, municipality of the caza of Batroun in North Lebanon, houses a small treasure visible on the very edge of the road. These are...

Between history and legend: the port of Tire in southern Lebanon

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We take you to the port of Tire, also known locally as Sour, a town located just 70 km from Beirut. Built on the...

Lebanon / Heritage: the vineyard and cellars of Château Kefraya

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After the Taanayel farms and the Ammiq swamps, this Saturday we invite you to go, still in the West Békaa, in the vineyards and...

Lebanon / Heritage: the Judge’s Bridge in the Chouf

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Straddling the banks of the Damour River, the Judge's Bridge, also called Jisr al Kadi, is a popular spot for hikers. Emir Zayn ad-Dine at-Tannoukhi,...

The Mosaics of Qabr Hiram, one of the Louvre’s treasures

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Considered to be one of the Louvre's treasures since 1862, Qabr Hiram's mosaics actually come from the village of Hanawai, located on the road...
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