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CEDARS OF GOD, BCHARRE

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Located just eight kilometers from Bcharre, The Cedars is one of Lebanon’s most beautiful nature reserves and home to the oldesr Cedar Forest.... Read full article

أقدم عشر مدن في التاريخ.. 3 منها لبنانية

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تقع غالبية المدن القديمة في التاريخ في الوطن العربي، خصوصًا في بلاد الشام، وما زالت موجودة حتى الآن منذ آلاف السنين... Read full article

The beauty of Lebanon in Australia

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THEY primped and they preened, and after a few champagnes backstage strutted their stuff before an enthusiastic crowd of more than 500 people.... Read full article

HARDINE VILLAGE, THE TEMPLE OF GOD MERCURY

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Hardine means in Syriac language: “Pious”, Witness of justice, Ardent in faith and Square of religion.... Read full article

Museum of Lebanese Prehistory

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The Museum of Lebanese Prehistory (Musée de Préhistoire Libanaise) is a museum of prehistory and archaeology in Beirut, Lebanon.... Read full article

Where to Go in Beirut

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Bistros, bars and cafes in the Badaro section beckon residents to forget their daily troubles.... Read full article

Oyoun Orghosh

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Situated on the eastern side of Qornet es-Sawda and only 25 kilometers away from The Cedars, this beautiful area surrounded by rough mountain hills is full of ponds and springs (oyoun). ... Read full article

Google Looking to Future after 20 Years of Search

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Google celebrated its 20th birthday Monday, marking two decades in which it has grown from simply a better way to explore the internet to a search engine so woven into daily life its name has become a verb.... Read full article

Lebanon in the Top 9 Places You Absolutely, Positively Must See Before You Die

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In honor of the Huffington Post's 9th birthday today, we're looking at "9 Places You Absolutely, Positively Must See Before You Die."... Read full article

War is a million miles away when the Lebanese begin to party

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Beirut notebook: Vodka, Christian Louboutin shoes and nose jobs – there's a side to Lebanon you don't often hear about... Read full article

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