Ain Herche is a village situated in Rashaya District south of Bekaa. It’s located east of Mount Hermon at 1,200 meters above sea level and its name that derives from Aramaic means “House of Spirits” or “Place of Worship”.Continue reading “The remote temple of Ain Herche”
The “Mseilha Fort” also known as “Puy du Connétable” is a medieval stronghold situated in Hamat, north of the city of Batroun. The fort overlooks “Nahr El Jawz” valley from atop a steep rocky spur.Continue reading “The Mseilha medieval fort”
Coca-Cola, the world’s largest beverage company has announced through its Lebanese distributor that as of May 31, the company will shut down its franchise in Lebanon. The distributor claims that the decision is based on the current financial situation in the country.Continue reading “A tribute to Coca-Cola Lebanon”
Most of you have visited the city of Baalbeck but probably haven’t seen these 2000-year-old Roman monoliths.
The Stone of the Pregnant Woman, together with other nearby stone blocks, are among the largest monoliths ever quarried. The building blocks were presumably intended for Jupiter temple but they never made it out of the quarry.Continue reading “The abandoned stones of Baalbeck”
“Nice Photoshop skills”, “there are no deer in Lebanon”, “these photos are clearly photoshopped”… are some of the comments I receive whenever I post a photo of a deer on social media.Continue reading “Deer in Lebanon? Really!?”
Local authentic shops have unique stories to tell and are sadly struggling the most to survive these hard times. This series of photos come from visits I have made all over the country to try and promote these precious gems.Continue reading “Support local businesses, buy Lebanese products!”