Between Lebanon and Syria too, the time has come for controversy over the demarcation...

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The demarcation of exclusive maritime zones returns to the front of the table, this time with a controversy both at the regional level between...

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...

Lebanon/Heritage: The National Museum of Beirut

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The main museum in Lebanon, the National Museum's primary mission is to bring together archaeological artifacts discovered in the territory of the Land of...

Lebanon/Patrimony: The Cedars of the Barouk

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Located in the Chouf district south of the Lebanese capital, the Barouk Forest, a nature reserve, recognized by UNESCO since 2005, covers an area...

August 4, 2020 explosion: A documentary to highlight the courage of nurses

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The nurses' union in Lebanon has published a documentary in English to inform the public of the various tasks performed by them and the...

Lebanon/Heritage: The citadel of Rachaya or the citadel of independence

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Located in the locality and the namesake caza in the heart of the "Wadi Taym" valley in the southern part of the Anti-Lebanon mountain...

Lebanon/History: Who is Saint Rafqa?

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Born in Himlaya, in the northern Metn on June 29, 1832, her father was Mourad Saber el-Chobok el-Rayess and her mother Rafqa Gemayel. She...

Lebanon/Heritage: Martyrs Square in Beirut, capital of Lebanon (Video)

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Martyrs' Square for some, Place des Canons for others, Beirut's main square. It now bears this name in memory of the Lebanese nationalists hanged...

Lebanon/History: The Great Druze Revolt and the Battle of Rachaya in 1925

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Occupying the Rachaya region in west Bekaa from 1920, French troops, present in accordance with the Mandate established by the League of Nations, had...

Lebanon/Patrimony: Faqra’s watch tower

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The guard tower is part of the archaeological site of Faqra that we already know with the Great Roman Temple and less known the...

Lebanon/Patrimony: the Taboulé, a typical Lebanese dish

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The taboo could be in first place in the series of best-of Lebanese tables. It is indeed a dish that does not fail to...

Lebanon/Patrimony: The Church of St. Charbel de Maad and its medieval frescoes

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The church is dedicated to Mar Charbel the Elder who is said to have lived in Edessa in the 2nd century and is said...

Lebanon/Patrimony: the creation of Greater Lebanon

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The State of Greater Lebanon was proclaimed on 1 September 1920 by General Henri Joseph Eugène Gouraud, representing the French authority on Syria, from...

Lebanon celebrates its centenary

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Lebanon celebrates this September 1st, the date of the Proclamation by the mandate authorities, in the presence of the main political and religious leaders,...
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