Beit al-Deen Palace, was built by al-Ameer Basheer. From this palace, Amir Basheer governed Lebanon for 50 years until 1840. Amir Basheer was a brilliant politician. Beit al-Deen was the center for the Lebanese government until 1914, after which was used as the residence of the Lebanese president, until it was declared a historical site. During Amir Basheer's days', the Kitchen was utilized to cook meals. The bath room was built to the Roman style architecture, and has three pools.
5 years ago, Beit el-Deen has become a notable Cultural Center in Lebanon. International and Regional Music Performers gather in Beit el-Deen Music Festival annually.
Shouf,Beit al deen,Lebanon
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