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The village of Akoura @liveloveakoura is located in the district of Jbeil @livelovebyblos ,68 Km from Beirut.As the origin of the name 'Akoura' is Assyrian, meaning 'the cold well' . The history of this great village goes back to the Roman era #thelivelovetour  By @spishgar

The village of Akoura is located in the district of Jbeil Km from Beirut.As the origin of the name 'Akoura' is Assyrian, meaning 'the cold well' . The history of this great village goes back to the Roman era By

All you need to know about traveling to Beirut and Lebanon on a budget.

Beirut and Lebanon on a budget - All you need to know

Beirut is not only safe, but also a beautiful, interesting and surprising destination. Read on to discover all you need to know about Beirut and Lebanon.

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Lebanon through its people, and a bracelet to make local dreams come true.

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Deir el Qamar

Hadchit, Lebanon. Hadchit is an ancient Phoenician settlement located 126 km from Beirut with an elevation of 1400 m above sea level, and accessible from two main roads. (V)

Hadchit is an ancient Phoenician settlement located 126 km from Beirut with an elevation of 1400 m above sea level, and accessible from two main roads.

BEIRUT #LEBANON #لبنان Photo by Gaby Khairallah

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BEIRUT #LEBANON #لبنان Photo by Gaby Khairallah

1. The Green Line       The Green Line demarcation zone, Lebanon by A.Abbas, 1982, during the Lebanese Civil War from 1975 to 1990  Wikipedia: It s

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National Geographic, February Beirut, up from the rubble. The Green Line was a line of demarcation in Beirut, during the Lebanese Civil War. It separated the East from the West.p Photo: Steve McCurry

Snow in Cedars..what do you think?  الثلج في الأرز...تعليقكم؟  By Michella tauk

Snow in Cedars.تعليقكم؟ By Michella tauk

Breathtaking view of #Beirut from above! By @saiid_sea #WeAreLebanon  #Lebanon…

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Beirut, Líbano | Elie Gemayel

Beirut, Líbano | Elie Gemayel

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