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Sunset from #Bcharri cedars  الغروب من أرز #بشري  By Ramzi Semrani  #Lebanon #WeAreLebanon

Sunset from #Bcharri cedars الغروب من أرز #بشري By Ramzi Semrani #Lebanon #WeAreLebanon

The Lebanon cedar is the national emblem of Lebanon.

Lebanon Cedar in the Forest of the Cedars of God. An extensive reforestation of cedar trees is being carried out in the Mediterranean region, particularly Turkey where over 50 million young cedars are being planted annually.

For a Graceful Evergreen, Plant the Cedar of Lebanon

For a Graceful Evergreen, Plant the Cedar of Lebanon

The cedar of Lebanon (it does indeed hail from that country) is an evergreen conifer tree that will serve as a focal point in your landscape design.

So heavenly in #Taanayel lake بحيرة #تعنايل متل الجنة By Abbass Moussa…

So heavenly in #Taanayel lake بحيرة #تعنايل متل الجنة By Abbass Moussa…

Spring in #Kefrayya, West-Bekaa الربيع ب #كفريا، البقاع الغربي By عباس موسى  #Lebanon #WeAreLebanon

Spring in #Kefrayya, West-Bekaa الربيع ب #كفريا، البقاع الغربي By عباس موسى #Lebanon #WeAreLebanon

Hasroun in North village

Hasroun in North village

The Mseilha Fort (Arabic: قلعة المسيلحة) also known as "Puy du Connétable" is a medieval stronghold situated north of the city of Batroun in Lebanon. The fort overlooks the Nahr El Jawz valley from atop a steep sided rocky spur. The Crusaders built the first fortifications during the Middle Ages and then it was rebuilt by Emir Fakhreddine II in the 17th century to guard the route from Tripoli to Beirut. Batroun Distrct, North Governorate, Lebanon

The Mseilha Fort (Arabic: قلعة المسيلحة) also known as "Puy du Connétable" is a medieval stronghold situated north of the city of Batroun in Lebanon. The fort overlooks the Nahr El Jawz valley from atop a steep sided rocky spur. The Crusaders built the first fortifications during the Middle Ages and then it was rebuilt by Emir Fakhreddine II in the 17th century to guard the route from Tripoli to Beirut. Batroun Distrct, North Governorate, Lebanon

The biggest wine producer in Lebanon. Located in the Bekaa Valley Govenorate, Chateau Ksara, the oldest winery in Lebanon.Starting out in 1857 by the local members of the Christian community, Ksara developed the first dry wine in Lebanon. All their vineyards are located in the central and western Bekaa Valley at an average altitude of 1,000 meters. There you can have a tour around the winery, wine tasting, and learning more about the Ksara winery. www.chateauksara.com

Chateau Ksara, the biggest wine producer in Lebanon. Located in the Bekaa Valley Govenorate, Zahle District.

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