Bkassine, Beit Kassin (“village of the disappeared”), is a village in Lebanon surrounded by the Bkassine Pine Forest. The village is near city Jezzine in South Lebanon district. The village received a National Institute for Heritage award. The village has annual festival. The village includes a square, small souk, and houses adorned with distinctive red tiles.
In her efforts to raise awareness about Lebanon’s natural wealth, the First Lebanese Lady Nadia el-Shami Aoun requested the use of pictures and drawings of the book “Trees of Lebanon” prepared by the “Center for the Protection of Nature” at the American University of Beirut, […]
The Spaniards argue that crème brûlée is just a French version of crema catalana. Welsh historians claim Arthur Guinness smuggled his famous stout recipe from a Welsh tavern to Dublin. And Lebanon … Lebanon wants their hummus (picture in library) back. Often overlooked as a culinary destination, […]
Discover the amazing sights and sounds of this year’s Baalbeck International festival through the performances of Lebanon’s next generation of artists and musicians. Don’t miss the birth of a new breed of performers who refused to let darkness reign over light. These proud artists’ performances […]