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What to See in Saida (Lebanon)

According to Areacodesexplorer, Saida is located 48 km south of Beirut. It is the largest city in the southern part of Lebanon and an important commercial center of the coast, which has not lost the benevolent atmosphere of a small eastern city. These places began to be inhabited as early as 4000 millennium BC. Under… Read More »

Literature of Lebanon

Modern Lebanese literature reflects that the country has always been open to the west and a meeting place for oriental and western cultural currents. The capital of Beirut worked for a long time, until the civil war broke out in the mid-1970s, as the intellectual center of the Arab world because of its liberal cultural… Read More »

Geography of Lebanon

Lebanon is a very mountainous country. Along the 220 km long Mediterranean coast lies a narrow, fertile coastal plain, which is widest to the south. Parallel to the Mediterranean is the Lebanon Mountains (Arab. Jabal Lubnan ), where the uplands are snow-covered from December to May. The highest point is Qurnat as-Sawda ‘(3088 m asl)… Read More »

Lebanon Overview

Lebanon is the West and the Middle East at the same time. Here you will find both sun and swimming, skiing and fascinating sights. Before the war, the capital Beirut was known as the Paris of the Middle East, and that title is now being sought back. Capital: Beirut Biggest city: Beirut State: republic Language:… Read More »

Art in Lebanon

Lebanon was the home of the Phoenicians in the first millennium BC, when Tripoli was founded. There are a number of different finds from the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Greco-Roman and Christian and Islamic periods. Archaeological excavations started in the 19th century in Baalbek, Sayda and Tyros (now Sur); French archaeologists started excavations in Byblos in… Read More »

Lebanon Knowledge and Culture

Theater in Lebanon Lebanon was the Arab country that first acquired a Western theater culture. It happened primarily through missionary universities and came in addition to the narrative tradition that existed throughout most of the Arab world. In the period from 1958 to the 1970s, there were five companies playing world drama, an offer that… Read More »

Lebanon Population and Language

Over 90 percent of the population of Lebanon is usually referred to as Arabs, although the historical origins of the residents are very mixed. The Lebanese do not identify themselves primarily as Arabs, but religion, political affiliation and kinship determine which “people” they count on. Especially religious affiliation is important. The non-Arab minority is mainly… Read More »


Lebanon is a republic in the Middle East (Southwest Asia). The country borders Syria in the north and east, and Israel in the south, with a coastline to the Mediterranean in the west. The capital is Beirut. The population is around six million. The official language is Arabic, but French and English are widely used.… Read More »