My Beloved “Liban”

My Beloved Liban have four categories: My People, Food Glorious Food, Weddings Here Are Beautiful and Stamps/Posters. Click on the images for more. My People Food Glorious Food Weddings Here Are Beautiful Stamps / Posters

Gibran Khalil

Gibran to the Lebanese Diaspora

I think Gibran moves me because his poetry makes taking the high road seductive again: “Life without freedom is like a body without a soul, and freedom without thought is confusion” “That which sings and […]

Kfarhim Cave

Caves of Lebanon

Achtarout . Afqa . Ain al-Bared . Ain Seraaya . Ain al-Libné . Ain Chara . al-Aaouamide . al-Ain . al-Choériyeh . al-Daamiyé . al-Dabaa . al-Haoua 1 . al-Jiyyé . al-Kassarate . al-Mhadded . […]

Baalbeck - Defying darkness with music

#ShineOnLebanon – Under the arches

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 […]

La Taiga

La Taiga – Sunny beaches with bubbles

La Taiga is one of Batroun’s most famous resorts and attracts people from around the country. It has 6 bungalows with small private lounge pools overlooking the stunning view. More: Facebook, Images and videos.


Sidon – World History

Sidon is the Greek name (meaning ‘fishery’) for the ancient Phoenician port city of Sidonia (also known as Saida) in what is, today, Lebannon (located about 25 miles south of Beirut). Along with the city […]


Bkassine – Jezzine – Lebanon

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 […]