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CATHEDRALE NOTRE DAME DU LIBAN DE PARIS Historique La cathédrale Notre-Dame-du-Liban est un édifice religieux de l’Église maronite pour le culte catholique oriental de tradition syriaque antiochienne. Elle est située 15-17 rue d’Ulm à Paris, dans l’enceinte de l’Institut Curie et rattachée au foyer franco-libanais ainsi qu’à l’éparchie Notre-Dame du ...

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GABRIEL YARED Gabriel Yared (born 7 October 1949) is a Lebanese-French composer, best known for his work in French and American cinema. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, his work in France included the scores for Betty Blue and Camille Claudel. He later began working on English language films, particularly those directed ...

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Ziad Rahbani (born 1956) is a Lebanese composer, pianist, playwright, and political commentator. His compositions are well known throughout the Arab world. Many of his musicals satirize Lebanese politics both during and after the Lebanese civil war, and are often strongly critical of the traditional political establishment. Personal life Ziad Rahbani ...

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ANFEH, KOURA DISTRICT Anfeh, is a Antiochian Orthodox village in the Koura district of the North Governorate of Lebanon at Latitude 34°21’0″N and Longitude 35°44’0″E. Anfeh borders the villages of chekka, Al-Qalamoun, barghoun and zakroun. It is located 65 Kilometers north of Beirut and 15 Kilometers south of Tripoli. Its ...

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