Articles in Lebanese Community, Tourist Attractions, People, Technology, Community News and education

Archaeologists Discover The World's Largest Ancient Stone Block

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See that absurdly massive stone block? Yeah, that's not the one we're talking about. Look over to the right. German archaeologists working at the Baalbek site in Lebanon have uncovered the largest known ancient block.... Read full article

11 Reasons to Visit Lebanon

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To experience a country of four seasons. Two extreme seasons can even be experienced on the same day by skiing on the mountains and enjoying a swim on the famous beaches along the coast.... Read full article

ST MARON CAVE, HERMEL

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The monastery, carved out of rock near the source of the Orontes (Assi) River, has been in decline for many years, as natural forces and shepherds seeking shelter from winter storms have taken their toll. ... Read full article

10 things to do in Batroun

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Batroun is a treasure trove of Phoenician, Roman and Byzantine history. Its existence can be traced all the way back to pre-historic times, with early tools retrieved within caves along the Nahr el Jawz river. ... Read full article

Charles Younan

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Charles Younan migrated to Australia in 1962. By 1970 he had completed his Builders Licence and in 1972 established his own construction company. His specialties are design and construction.... Read full article

Fair Go Meda: Dr Jamaal Rifi

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HE’S the high-profile Muslim leader forging a path of unity for Aussies of all backgrounds — and now he’s officially the Pride of Australia.... Read full article

Phoenician Wall

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This is a must to see and to visit while you’re in Lebanon . Enjoy this unique place , the one and only phoenician wall on the Mediterranean sea . ... Read full article

Dr. Glen John Coorey

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Born in Sydney, on 13th September 1932. His academic qualifications include: M.B, B.S Sydney University 1957 F.R.C.S (Edinburgh) 1961 F.R.A.C.S 1966. ... Read full article

Elie Akouri

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Elie Akouri the Teacher, choreographer, Costume Designer, former School Co-ordinator, and Founder of the Cedars of Lebanon Folkloric Dance Group, was born in Lebanon in 1953 and immigrated to Australia in 1972.... Read full article

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

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