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... special devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Maronite Patriarch of Antioch named her the "Queen of Lebanon" in 1908 upon completion of the shrine. Overlooking the bay of Jounieh, the shrine has become a major tourist attraction where tourists take the gondola lift, the Téléphérique, from the city of Jounieh to Harissa.
Pope John Paul II visited the shrine when he made an official visit to Lebanon on May 10, 1997. The Papal ...
... particular problem in the Middle East. I appreciated it for the different view I was given. All I get is Murdoch press and the BBC, with the odd article from The Guardian if I'm feeling diligent about informing myself. I never make the effort to read non Western reportage. A big part of the problem is I only understand English.
The other discussion we had was about building for Lebanon a positive, flourishing future. ...
... varying kinds of marble, modern mosaics.
Bcharre, the main town at the apex of the Quadisha Valley and the base for tracking, was also a pretty bleak experience on a weekday outside the tourist season, the town being totally deserted, everything closed. We didn't linger. Just above Bcharre is the Quadisha grotto, a relatively small limestone cave, nothing compared to the Jeita grottos visited earlier – but also the ...
... any apparent structure, when we come to Amchit. However, in between are hidden several old, well restored houses, each of them listed, each of them, apparently, privately owned. The old silk merchants have been replaced by other rich people, so much is clear.
In Batroun the small harbor is protected by a natural wall, which was later enhanced by the inhabitants. Here, too, are numerous old Ottoman ...
... city. A lot of the work of the Foundation takes place in Tripoli, including the Center for Working Children. We stopped off in Beb el Tibbeneh (a region of Tripoli), so Hasna could check on the Center. After an hour or so we continued on to Zgharta to move into our new residence.
Zgharta is a very small village in Northern Lebanon. However, unlike many villages, there is a lot of commerce. Meaning, the village has a main street that is lined with shops and restaurants. ...