Discovering the World – Lebanon, a Living Treasure – Episode 203

From Lebanon’s fertile valleys to the archaeological sites bearing witness to the country’s historical importance, Pierre Brouwers shows us a country whose will to live has never ceased to amaze. Despite devastation in numerous conflicts, Lebanon, country of the cedar, has always risen again with pride, and Beirut is the most striking example of this. Night and day, the capital is bursting with the activity of stores and businesses, of building sites, of religious events, of politics, of festivities.

Beirut – Sidon – Tyre – Tripoli – Beit ed-Dine – Rachana – The Jeita Grotto – Jounieh – Qana – Byblos – Bsharri – Mount Lebanon – The Cedars – The Kadisha Valley – The Beqaa Valley – Baalbeck – The Vineyards of Ksara – Eid ul-Fitr, the Festival of the Breaking of the Fast – Weddings in the Chouf district – Etc.


Episode Length: 00:52:00

Year: 2010

Episode: 203


 

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