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Thursday, April 25, 2019
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Der Mimas: The Lighthouse of the South

How the reconstruction of a monastery rebirthed a village. Perched on a hill and surrounded by an endless forest of majestic olive trees, some dating back 2000 years, Der Mimas is a captivating village steeped...
Green landscape with ruins

Eshmun: The Phoenician God of Healing

When heading from Beirut to Sidon, one can’t help but notice the luxurious vegetation that surrounds the Awali River. The site of Eshmun lies within this lush valley of citrus groves, thus spreading its aromatic fragrances...
Vegetable jars

A Tale of Two Worlds: Kfarmishki

Like the rest of Lebanon, Kfarmishki is a tale of two worlds. One sits firmly on top of a little hill on the southern edge of West Bekaa, also known as Wadi el Taym,...
Man wearing black suit playing the violin on yellow-brown violin drawing backgroud

Jorge Saade Scaff: Acclaimed Violinist and Cultural Ambassador of Both Ecuador and Lebanon

As in many other countries worldwide, the Lebanese in Ecuador form an active community so that the short distances, which may seem unbridgeable in Lebanon, disappear half a world away in their new HOMEland....
Two Colored Drawings of cities

Maya Zankoul: Lebanese Illustrator Finds Inspiration from Daily Life

At the age of 18, Maya Zankoul moved from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to Lebanon to study graphic design at Notre Dame University. This move and other travels awakened her eye for capturing life through...