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Visit Lebanon… A Marvelous Country on the Mediterranean, Yet to be Discovered

Visit Lebanon… A Marvelous Country on the Mediterranean, Yet to be Discovered


Hello Let’s discover together
the region of Jezzine Zahle
region of brave men Today, we are again in Beirut
and not any Beirut! Who does not know Byblos?! What a majestic region! We ate very delicious food The second largest city in Lebanon We discovered a very wonderful village Baalbeck is the castle Baablbeck is the “Sfiha”
(Arabic pizza-like dish) But Baalbeck
is much much more than this This is crazy!
Really awesome!! How strange that the taste
of Labneh’s sandwich is different here! Welcome to the Lebanese breakfast! The most important 10 breakfasts
worldwide Till now I didn’t taste
anything yet The food is ready on the table When I saw him preparing the food
doing this with passion with oil Abou El Abed Today, I want to make
my own Kaak (Bagel) and give you a break
for one day Kaak, Kaak
(Bagel) Lebanese coffee! A quantity of green beans This is it! We are ready for
a journey on ATV The biggest signboard in Lebanon
and the higher one worldwide A glorifying view! When you arrive you start with the “Lahme Beajin”
(Lebanese meat pie) The famous cut a little bit of lemon and “Laban” (Yogurt)
sorry I mean “Laben” (change of accent) Here we call it “Laben”
(the accent makes a difference) One of the most beautiful views
in Lebanon In 1954, my father took a decision
to plant his land trees I start tasting
but I will finish it all! Tyr One of the most ancient villages in Lebanon
and all over the world The sea is very rich in fish The most clean sea in the world
is our sea Lebanon’s sea Our tour in Lebanon continues We aim to present to the Lebanese
villages that they don’t know villages which didn’t took
their correct rights worldwide Adventure, food, discoveries…

15 comments on “Visit Lebanon… A Marvelous Country on the Mediterranean, Yet to be Discovered

  1. Wish it's still like this…. The war has totally changed it… Lebanon still has amazing views and places that you'd dream of visiting but every Lebanese knows the war problem and the struggle of the garbage…. I feel really bad for my country… But I'll always love it no matter what <3

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