Jeita grotto, a natural wonder of Lebanon

Jeita grotto, a natural wonder of Lebanon

    The cave of Jeíta is located 20 km from Beirut. Jeíta means “big noise”, because of the noise […]

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Beit Eddine, the 1001’s palace

Beit Eddine, the 1001’s palace

  Leaving Beirut toward the South of Lebanon getting far from the coast and the sea side you will find […]

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Passage of the Emperor of Brazil, Dom Pedro II in the Bekaa Valley, 1876

Passage of the Emperor of Brazil, Dom Pedro II in the Bekaa Valley, 1876

Dom Pedro II was a cultured sovereign  and a great admirer of Oriental culture, he has studied several languages like Arabic and traveled […]

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Sabbun – oriental soap, magic to the senses

Sabbun – oriental soap, magic to the senses

In Middle East bath is a party and the soap, sabbun in Arabic is a real pleasure to the senses. […]

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Walking on the top of Lebanon: “Arz Ar-Rab”

Walking on the top of Lebanon: “Arz Ar-Rab”

The “Lord’s cedars” are one of the most important symbols of the Lebanese heritage. They are mentioned on Bible and […]

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The Canaan wedding

The Canaan wedding

According to historians, Qana al Jalil (95 km from Beirut) would be the place where Jesus performed His first miracle, […]

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The adventures of Dom Pedro II, the last Brazilian Emperor, to the Middle East

The adventures of Dom Pedro II, the last Brazilian Emperor, to the Middle East

As this month we are all about education, what is more educational than a history book? Even more when it […]

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ILIK YA BAALBECK (For you Baalbeck)

ILIK YA BAALBECK (For you Baalbeck)

Summer festivals in Lebanon open their curtains with a musical script, diverse and attractive shows in the cities of Baalbeck, […]

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