Art, History & Culture
It’s no secret that Lebanon has witnessed periods of great prosperity throughout its history, with countless palaces across the country standing testament to that fact. In collaboration with the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, we explore four of these incredible gems.
At its Cannes Film Festival premiere on 17 May 2018, Nadine Labaki’s latest film “Capharnaüm” received an incredible 15-minute standing ovation, with critics calling it “phenomenal.”
With the support of Lebanon’s Ministry of Tourism, we explore Lebanon’s long history of copperware, glassblowing and pottery.
With the support of the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, we take you around eight of the most impressive museums in and around Beirut that are perfect for a family outing.
Nestled in the Batroun District, Tannourine boasts a wonderful ecosystem and historical treasures hidden in every corner.
Ziad Doueiri’s award-winning film has scooped an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film 2018, the first Lebanese film to be in the running for an Academy Award.
Maya Husseini, a stained-glass designer, has spent almost three decades creating intricate art. We take a closer look at her beautiful work.
The long wait is finally over. “Still Burning” is in cinemas across Lebanon after more than one year of its first show in Dubai International Film Festival.
Music has always played an integral role in Lebanese culture and the oud is one of the nation’s most beloved instruments, as we discover with celebrated oud maker Fadi Matta.
Artist Layal Khawly may now live in Beirut and exhibit abroad, but she has never forgotten her childhood in her hometown of Chadra in Akkar.