Lebanon Photography: Land of Cedars and Archeological Sites
Written by Oksana   
Thursday, 16 July 2009

Lebanon is a small, mountainous country in the Middle East. After independence in 1943, Lebanon prospered as a banking, resort, and university center. It is estimated that two-thirds of the resident population are Muslim, with the rest being Christian. Lebanon is one of the most populated countries in its archeological sites, in the world! Byblos (city in Lebanon) is the oldest, continuously living city. Cedars are traditionally connected with Lebanon. This land is really amazing! Lebanon is the country that has the most books written about it!

 

Photo by George F.Mobley

 

 

Temple of Bacchus, Baallbek, Lebanon

 

 

Hope for Peace (South of Lebanon)

 

 

Lebanon

 

 

Cedar of Lebanon

 

 

Lebanon Hills

 

 

Beirut - Beautiful Land

 

 

Downtown Beirut

 

 

Sunset

 

 

 

 

St Elie's at the End of the Road

 

 

Classic Car

 

 

Byblos Beaches

 

 

Fishing Boats

 

 

On the Rocky Hill

 

 

Tyre Sunset

 

 

Tyre at Sunrise

 

 

In Lebanon...

 

 

Cedar Snow

 

 

Tomb of King Hiram I - 1000 Years BC

 

 

Temple of Jupiter

 

 

Ancient Arch Columns

 

 

Somewhere in between

 

 

Batroun

 

 

 

 

Lebanon Nature

 

 

Ancient Columns


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sunshine - awesome   | | 2011-03-15 16:25:55
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