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24 FEB

10 Pictures That Will Convince You to Visit Saida

Saida is one of Lebanon's most charming and picturesque destinations. If you're looking for a reason to visit this Lebanese gem, here are ten pictures that demonstrate just how beautiful this old city is.
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16 FEB

10 Best Brunches in Beirut

Whether you like your brunch savory with eggs and bacon, or sweet with blueberry pancakes, it is an institution of the modern diet that is at once decadent, indulgent and totally awesome.
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08 FEB

Gallery Walking Tour: From Mar Mikhael to Gemmayze

Much of Beirut’s art is accessible to the public, and some of the city’s best galleries are within walking distance of one another. We took an afternoon to explore the galleries of the eclectic neighborhoods of Mar Mikhael and Gemmayze by foot.
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07 FEB

Philippe Aractingi on Documenting Beirut

LT meets filmmaker Philippe Aractingi at his production studio to learn more about his experience documenting Beirut and his upcoming film.
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06 FEB

How to Do Carnival like a Brazilian

Brazil is home to an estimated seven million Lebanese expats. With its warm weather and beautiful beaches, it’s no wonder so many Lebanese have taken up residence in the South American country. LT met with Brazogo, a team of locals that provides catered tours, to learn more about enjoying Carnival like a true Brazilian.
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04 FEB

Lebanese Kishk 6 Ways

Traditionally made in summer to be stored and consumed in cold winter months, kishk has a culinary history rooted in Lebanon’s seasons. The Food Heritage Foundation’s Zeinab Jeambey scoured the country for this ever popular delicacy and discovered a diversity of flavors.
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