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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Lebanon
Beirut
Corniche
 Cliffs by the sea.
Lebanon
Beirut
Corniche
 The Pigeon Rocks.
Lebanon
Beirut
Corniche
 The Pigeon Rocks are horse shoe shaped.
Lebanon
Beirut
Corniche
 The public beach.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Hamra is the commercial and entertainment district of Beirut.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Newspaper stand.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Preserved fruits and vegetables.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Fresh olives.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 French Catholic church.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 The modern centre.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Traffic at night in Hamra.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Beirut is famous for its Lebanese food.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Stuffed vine leaves and humous.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Shish kebab.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Kebbeh, cracked corn over minced meat.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Mashed aubergine with olive oil and salad.
Lebanon
Beirut
Hamra
 Chicken and kofte kebab.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
 The entrance to the American University of Beirut.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
 The university is set in a campus in the centre of Beirut.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
 The university was founded in 1862.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
 Community building.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
 Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
 The university is secular and teaches in English.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
 The medical centre.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
 The campus is set in a pleasant garden.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
 View of the sea.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 The city centre is still being rebuilt after the Civil War and Israeli invasions.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 View across the old city.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 St George's Maronite Church and Muhammad Alamin Mosque.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
St George's Church
 St George's Maronite Church.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
St George's Church
 The Maronites are a branch of the Catholic church mainly found in Lebanon.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
St George's Church
 Paintings inside the church.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
St George's Church
 The altar.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
Muhammad Alamin Mosque
 The modern Muhammad Alamin Mosque.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
Muhammad Alamin Mosque
 External window decoration.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
Muhammad Alamin Mosque
 Detail of external wall.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
Muhammad Alamin Mosque
 The arched entrance.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
Muhammad Alamin Mosque
 Arches and chandeliers.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 Martyr's Square is the centre of Beirut and once marked the Green Line dividing the city during the Civil War.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 Church in the old city centre.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 Churches and mosques mix in the old city centre.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
Mansour Assaf Mosque
 The multi-domed Mansour Assaf Mosque.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
Mansour Assaf Mosque
 The entrance.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
Mansour Assaf Mosque
 Mimbur and mihrab.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 Government offices.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 El Mumzi Mosque.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 Al Omar Mosque is Mamluk and is built on the site of cusader church built on the site of a mosque built on the site of a Byzantine church built on the site of a Roman temple to Jupiter.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 The Ottoman era City Hall.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 View from Martyr's Square.
Lebanon
Beirut
Gemmayzeh
 French colonial buildings.
Lebanon
Beirut
Gemmayzeh
 French church.
Lebanon
Beirut
Gemmayzeh
 French buildings in the Gemmayzeh district.
Lebanon
Beirut
Gemmayzeh
 St Nicholas Steps.
Lebanon
Beirut
Gemmayzeh
 The Greek Orthodox Patriarchy.
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 The Sursock Museum is set in the former house of Nicolas Sursock.
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 Detail of the whimsical building.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 The National Museum is the country's premier museum.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 Old and new mingle outside the museum.
Lebanon
Beirut
National Museum
 The museum covers all periods of Lebanon's history.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
 Mar Sassine in the centre of the village of Beit Mari.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
 View to the coast and Beirut.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 Deir el-Qala is a Maronite monastery built on the ruins of a Roman temple.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 The monastery dates from the 17th century.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 Two columns from the Roman temple incorporated into the monastery.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 Entrance to the monastery.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 Hedges.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 Mosaic on the church wall.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 The courtyard.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 The altar.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 Settlements on the Lebanon Hills.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 Suburbs in the Lebanon Hills.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
Deir el-Qala
 The Lebanon Hills.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
 The suburbs of Beirut.
Lebanon
Beirut
Beit Meri
 Sunset over Beirut.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 The city of Tripoli.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Tripoli is a Sunni Muslim city in the North of the country.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Busy street scene.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 The clock tower is the centre of the city.
Lebanon
Tripoli
 Tripoli is known locally as Trablus.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Taylan Mosque
 The entrance arch.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Taylan Mosque
 The mosque is built on the site of a Carmelite church.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 A series of cafes in the souks of Tripoli.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The narrow streets of the souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Part of the souk is under buildings.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Meat and vegetables.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Cheese and olives.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Aubegines, okra and potatos.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Okra (ladies' fingers), known as bamya in Arabic.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Fruit, dates and olives.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Cinnamon.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The covered souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Fruit and vegetables.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Fish and prawns.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Dates and pomygranites.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 View of the vegetable souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Groceries.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Meat and fish mongers.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Vegetables and bananas.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 Clothes souk.
Lebanon
Tripoli
Souks
 The narrow streets of the souk.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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