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El Emigrante, a statue commemorates the Lebanese people who have settled in Australia

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Lebanese migrants have been settling in Australia from the mid-19th century. By the 1880s sizeable numbers of Lebanese people were finding homes in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.... Read full article

Rise Above Lebanon (video)

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Commissioned by the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, We spent 5 summer months filming Lebanon from Above, including its rural, urban, cultural touristic and historical location, as well as the amazing number of festivals.... Read full article

Asia's Most Expensive City is Now Beirut

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Beirut has become the most expensive city in the Middle East this year. Lebanon’s capital, Beirut, is the 10th most expensive rental city in the world, compared with last year’s rank of 28.... Read full article

Brummana - برمانا‎

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Brummana (Arabic: برمانا‎) is a town in the Matn District of the Mount Lebanon Governorate in Lebanon. It is located east of Beirut, overlooking the capital and the Mediterranean.... Read full article

Abraham River - نهر ابراهيم‎

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The Abraham River (Arabic: نهر ابراهيم‎, Nahr Ibrahim) also known as Adonis River, is a small river in the Mount Lebanon Governorate in Lebanon, with a length of about 14 mi (23 km). ... Read full article

Bekaa-Kafra بقاع كفرا‎

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Bekaa Kafra بقاع كفرا‎ is a Lebanese village located in the Bsharri District in Northern Lebanon. Bekaa Kafra is located in front of the village of Bsharri across the Kadisha Valley. It is the birth town of Saint Charbel. ... Read full article

Moussa Castle

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The life work of a Lebanese visionary, requiring 60 years of dedicated hard-work to finish. Moussa's castle was built on a hill between Deir El Kamar and Beiteddine - Lebanon.... Read full article

Christmas Message of Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay to the People of the Maronite Church inAustralia

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Our annual celebration of the feast of Christmas is not merely a date to be remembered, a story to be retold, a myth to be interpreted, or a play to be re-enacted. Rather, Christmas is a fact.... Read full article

‘The truth about one of the world’s most dangerous places’

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That’s what Australian traveller Taghred Chandab discovered when she explored the notoriously dangerous country, which the Government currently advises against visiting.... Read full article

A Lebanese Experience from a Foreigners Eyes!

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We always forget about the beauty that surrounds us, about the music that we no longer hear and the nights that we take for granted, maybe even call them routine-ish!... Read full article

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