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The Armenians in Lebanon are Lebanese citizens of Armenian descent. Their presence in Lebanon goes back for centuries and form approximately 5% of the Lebanese population. History of Armenians in Lebanon Armenians first established contact with Lebanon when Tigranes the Great conquered Phoenicia from the Seleucids and made it part of his ...

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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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LOUBNAN SPORTS WATER FESTIVAL. TYRE, Lebanon: The wonderful coast of Tyre was the scene of Lebanon Water Festival’s latest installment. Displays of water skiing were given to thousands of spectators who gathered on the city’s corniche to watch an evening show Saturday and a daytime show Sunday. The Cypress Gardens ...

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Maxime Edgard Chaya Maxime Chaya  was born in Beirut on December 16, 1961. He was the first Lebanese to climb Mount Everest on May 15, 2006, he completed the Seven Summits challenge. On December 28, 2007, Maxime became as well the first from the Middle East to reach the South Pole ...

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  BEIRUT SOUKS The Beirut Souks is the central commercial district in Downtown Beirut. The  Beirut souks  have historically been at the commercial heart of  Beirut.  They sustained irreparable destruction during the 1975-1989 civil war. The souks were rebuilt by “Solidere” by maintaining the landmarks and kept the original street names. History ...

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