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Cana, miraculous and resistant

Zeina ANTONIOS

The favorite village of the Lebanese For the fourth straight year, readers of L'Orient-Le Jour in Lebanon and around the world will have the chance to vote for the “favorite village of the Lebanese.” This year, 10 new villages are... Read more

Becharreh, between angels and cherubs

Ornella ANTAR

The favorite village of the Lebanese For the fourth straight year, readers of L'Orient-Le Jour in Lebanon and around the world will have the chance to vote for the “favorite village of the Lebanese.” This year, 10 new villages are... Read more

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Baskinta, home of Serenity

Gaby ASSAKER

The favorite village of the Lebanese Only 45 km from Beirut, the village of Baskinta is perched at an altitude of 1,350 m and rests peacefully at the foot of the majestic Mount Sannine. After meandering along the deep Valley of Skulls... Read more

If only Kushner knew...

Dominique EDDÉ

point of view Had Mr Kushner taken the trouble to consider all the losses, the shattered lives, separations and humiliating defeats endured by the Palestinians, had he made any attempt to gauge the price paid by... Read more

Barouk, blessed by gods and men

Nada MERHI

The favorite village of the Lebanese For the fourth straight year, readers of L'Orient-Le Jour in Lebanon and around the world will have the chance to vote for the “favorite village of the Lebanese.” This year, 10 new villages are... Read more

Amchit and all the blue in the world

Julie KEBBI

The favorite village of the Lebanese Visiting Amchit feels like immersing yourself in a painting by Monet. Some 40 km from the hustle and bustle of Beirut, its winding alleyways of white stones form a dizzying labyrinth before... Read more

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