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الحيت و السلم

Lebanon is repeatedly mentioned in the Bible – somewhere between 65 and 75 times – often in reference to Mount Lebanon and its famous cedar trees.

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The world’s oldest city, which Byblos still inhabits, is just twenty miles from Beirut. Byblos is one of the oldest Phoenician cities that has been inhabited since 10,000-4500 BC or the Neolithic period.

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Lebanon is part of an area known as the Fertile Crescent, also known as the “Cradle of Civilization”. The Fertile Crescent covers a roughly crescent-shaped area of fertile land

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Lebanon has an ancient wine culture dating back over 5,000 years, possibly to 7000 BC.

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Although French ceased to be an official language in 1943 and Arabic is now the official language of Lebanon, most Lebanese speak French – a legacy of France’s colonial rule.

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Lebanon is ranked third in the world for the highest cigarette consumption per capita. The minimum age to smoke or purchase tobacco is 18 years and around 1.1 million over-18s currently smoke in the country.

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Lebanon has the oldest law school, The Law School of Berytus, located in Berytus (or present-day Beirut). A Roman Emperor, named Septimius Severus, started law school in 200 AD.

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During the 1960s, Lebanon’s capital, Beirut, was known as the “Paris of the East” due to its image as a playground for the world’s most affluent tourists.

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Most countries in the middle east such as Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Palestine, etc. are covered in deserts. However, you cannot say the same for Lebanon, as it is the only country in the middle east with no desert.

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The Cedars Ski Resort, one of the world’s oldest ski resorts, located in the Mount Lebanon range, offers excellent skiing and snowboarding opportunities. With its stunning alpine scenery, it attracts winter sports enthusiasts from Lebanon and beyond.

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With a history of winemaking that dates back thousands of years, Lebanon has a thriving wine industry. Wineries in the Bekaa Valley produce award-winning wines, particularly the revered Lebanese red wine, Château Musar.

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Lebanon is a country that has the highest number of public holidays per year. In total, people of this country enjoy 16 public holidays in a year. Some other countries with a lot of public holidays include Cambodia and India.

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The American University of Beirut, founded in 1866, is one of the region’s premier educational institutions. It has a rich academic history and has nurtured countless leaders, scholars, and intellectuals.Did you know that images are a support to add info?

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