Lebanon

Beitteidin

Admin 24-07-2015

The Beitedine palace complex, Lebanon’s best example of early 19th century Lebanese architecture, was built over a thirty year period by Emir Bechir el-Chehab II, who ruled Mount-Lebanon for more than half a century.

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Dbayeh

Admin 24-07-2015

The name Dbayeh originates from a Phoenician word meaning 'female deer'. Due to its location on the Mediterranean sea, Dbayeh historically has been a passage for various civilizations and cultures that have left their history engraved on the rocks of Zouk Khrab and Nahr el Kalb.

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Aoukar (Awkar)

Admin 24-07-2015

Aoukar got its name from the old monastery of Aoukar that was built before 1305 A.D. The name means “the sake place” in Assyrian language. The lands of Aoukar were owned by the Antonite church until 1945.

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Zouk Khrab

Admin 24-07-2015

Zouk Khrab is a very old historic town lying on the Nahr el Kalb southern banks derived its name after the Turkmen Lieutenant called Khrab who lived in the town with his tribe and soldiers during the Mamluk era. Its strategic location overlooking the Mediterranean sea, since the Phoenician days until the second world war, has attracted military activity and setup of forts, barracks, and dug out hid away tunnels and secret passage ways.

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Haret el Belaneh

Admin 24-07-2015

The existence of two churches indicate that the area has been inhabited for a long time specially in the upper parts. The town has since expanded to join its neighboring town Dbayeh where the population is similar in makeup.

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Lebanon

Admin 09-05-2015

Lebanon ski resorts, beach resorts, active night life, restaurants and world class hotels, makes Lebanon an ideal location for holidays and tourism all year round. Rich in historical ruins, archaeology and religious places.

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Beirut

Admin 09-05-2015

The capital and largest city of Lebanon and the seat of government. Historically, Beirut has been rebuilt several times after being inflicted by two earthquakes, a fire, a tidal wave, conquerors, and in recent times,17 years of civil war; and yet, somehow, it's never enough to keep the city from recovering her former beauty and splendor.

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North of lebanon

Admin 09-05-2015

The North claims Lebanon's highest peak, Qornat Al Sawda and the famous Lebanese Cedars with two important agricultural areas Al Koura : famous for its olives, and Akkar : famous for citrus fruits.

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Bekaa Valley

Admin 09-05-2015

Bekaa lies between the two parallel mountain ranges in Lebanon. It is a very fertile land irrigated by the Litany river and is the largest agricultural area in Lebanon, with an advanced winery industry of international standards. It is the tip of the Great Rift Valley that stretches into Africa. The Phoenician inscriptions of 1400 BC has described the Bekaa as the 'Place for the Gods’.

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Mount Lebanon

Admin 09-05-2015

Mount Lebanon is in the central region of Lebanon, covering the frontal mountain range and the coast below it, resulting in a region of great variety and natural beauty.

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South of Lebanon

Admin 10-05-2015

The South Lebanon has over 6000 years of history. The two main Phoenician cities Sidon and Tyre are still in existence today with many monuments, castles and ruins standing as a reminder of their previous power and glory. The site of Jesus Christ's first miracle of turning water into wine was one of the recent discoveries made in the south of Lebanon, with engravings of Christ and his disciples leading to a secluded cave where it is believed they came for peace and quiet.

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Tripoli

Admin 10-05-2015

Tripoli (Trablos) Lebanon’s second largest city lies 85 km north of Beirut. It has a special character where modern and medieval blend easily into a lively and hospitable metropolis. Known as the capital of the north.

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THE CEDARS

Admin 10-05-2015

THE CEDARS Simply known as the “The Cedars,” this resort settlement in Lebanon’s highest range is one of the most dramatically beautiful spots in the country. Its centerpiece is an ancient grove of cedars, a tree synonymous for millennia with Lebanon itself. Just below The Cedars is the town of Bsharre, birthplace of Gibran Khalil Gibran.

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Baalbeck

Admin 10-05-2015

Baalbeck, Lebanon’s greatest Roman treasure, can be counted among the wonders of the ancient world. The best preserved, largest and most noble Roman temples constructed in Lebanon are located in Baalbeck . The gods worshipped there, at the time, were the Triad of Jupiter, Venus and Mercury. The temples were built on an ancient tell that goes back at least to the end of the third millennium B.C.

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