Beirut,Downtown


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Nightlife Beirut Beirut,Downtown Tourism Visit Lebanon
Nightlife Beirut Beirut,Downtown Tourism Visit Lebanon
Nightlife Beirut Beirut,Downtown Tourism Visit Lebanon
Nightlife Beirut Beirut,Downtown Tourism Visit Lebanon
Nightlife Beirut Beirut,Downtown Tourism Visit Lebanon
Downtown Beirut can once again be considered the “pearl of the Middle East”. A booming coastal metropolis in the midst of an economic revival, a city once divided by 15 years of civil war is now home to high end stores, trendy restaurants, and a modern population living among thousands of years of history.
Eventhough Beirut has no shortage of easy transport, travelers can take pleasure in strolling in the pedestrian mall around Nejmeh Square and gawk at the masterfully planned architecture. Nearby, in Martyr’s Square, many of the country’s largest political gatherings have taken place and the grounds are still a hotspot for raucous political expression. For the 1.5 million people who call Beirut home, however, gambling on horse races and dancing all night at nightclubs are elements of a daily Beirut life steeped in pleasure and enjoyment. For thousands of years Beirut has been an alluring fusion of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean lifestyle, and as Lebanon progresses into an increasingly modern future, Beirut will be the capital city leading the Lebanese charge forward.
Did you know that...
-The origins of the name "Beirut" is Canaanite meaning "wells" and referring to the underground water supplies in the area.
-The first law school in the world was established in Beirut,dating back to the Roman era.
-There are 5 Mosques and 5 Churches in Beirut's Central District.
-Beirut was recommended as the number one destination in the world in 2009 by the New York Times Magazine.
Don't Miss...
-The National Museum
-The Saint Georges Greek Orthodox Church Museum
-The AUB Museum
-The sursock Museum
-The Roman baths and la Place de L'Etoile 
-The Pigeon Rock and a walk on the seaside
-The Beirut Annual Marathon in November
-All year long concerts,exhibits and happenings
-A tour to the Armenian Quarter of Bourj Hammoud

Downtown, Beirut


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