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28 JUN 2016
Biodiversity conservationist Elsa Sattout uncovers Bisri, a little-known village located in the heart of a valley where nature meets history
13 JAN 2016
Sidon’s historic Debbane Palace is one of the few remaining examples of Ottoman architecture in the city. LT meets Raphael Debbane who transformed it from a family home into a museum and opened it to the public
27 JUN 2015
Lebanon’s historic southern city is well known for its impressive ruins and long stretch of sandy beach, but there is so much more to see. LT reveals five alternative things to do in the Tyre region this summer.
28 MAY 2015
Jane Gleason, chief of party of the Lebanon Industry Value Chain Development Project (LIVCD), explores Jezzine’s lesser-known faces from its tranquil villages to a local eccentric’s palace
08 OCT 2014
A tourism development strategy in Jezzine is beginning to show results by rejuvenating the area and bringing visitors back to re-discover the beauty of the south
12 FEB 2014
The Qalaat Abou el Hassan fortress, also known as Belhasem, is one of Lebanon’s ancient hidden secrets
20 DEC 2013
For the past 15 years, archeologists with the British Museum have been digging in Sidon and uncovering neverbefore-seen treasures in Lebanon. We, at Lebanon Traveler, dug our own way into the site
18 OCT 2013
Fall is a very special season for the Lebanese, as we celebrate our independence on November 22nd. One of the symbols of this independence is a hidden gem
20 JUN 2012
Since 2002 Lebanon’s Ministry of Tourism has shown an increasing interest in the development and promotion of responsible tourism throughout the country.
27 MAR 2012
Not only was the watermill the first automatic machine invented by man, it was also the most important factor towards the development of agriculture and artisanship of the Orient, in the Middle Ages.
20 MAR 2012
Since the 14th century BC, the Lebanese coastal town of Sidon has been a commercial center with strong trade links with Egypt. The city rose in prominence from the 12th to 10th centuries BC, its wealth generated from trading murex that produced an expensive, highly prized purple dye, which was eventually exploited to the point of extinction.
20 OCT 2011
A weekend in Tyre and its suburbs. Tyre is an ancient Phoenician city in southern Lebanon, just out into the Mediterranean Sea. About 83 km south of Beirut, it is the fourth largest city of Lebanon and it’s also known by the modern name, Sour.

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