Forgotten Lebanon

Lebanon is one of the smallest Mediterranean countries in the Middle East. With a population of over 4,224,000 people and 18 different sects/ethnicities, there is little wonder that in many ways it unlike any other Middle Eastern state. Elsien Van Pinxteren, and George Mghames toured rural Lebanon in 2010 in search of it’s forgotten past.

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Published by Asfar in London, UK - ISSN 2055-7957 (Online)