|Lebanon Sites (31 - 45 of 67)|
Lebanese community website features Lebanese families, religion, history, photos and other related subjects.
Cervantes Institute in Beirut, Lebanon
Website of the Spanish cultural center in Lebanon. Offering Spanish language courses and cultural programs in Beirut, Lebanon.
Beirut World Book Capital
Beirut is the ninth city designated as World Book Capital. Aims to strengthen the book industry in Lebanon, with special focus on youth literature, promoting reading and culture.
Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO
Organising conferences, seminars, ceremonial activities and other.
Les Pheniciens Website
Website dedicated to Phoenicians civilization. Information, history, languages, money, religions, gods, arts, alphabet, discoveries and more.
Canaanite - The Phoenician Language Portal
Developed by Maroun Ghassan Kassab. Introduces readers and researchers into the Canaanite Phoenician language and culture and emphasizes how the Canaanite language affects everyday Lebanese speech.
USJ Euro Lebanese Intercultural Center (CIEL)
Euro-Lebanese cultural center at the Saint Joseph University (USJ) in Lebanon.
The Hangar Umam D&R, Lebanon
An independent platform that facilitates debate and exchange through art and culture, and seeks to stimulate reflection on past individual and collective memories of Lebanon by promoting artistic and cultural practices related to the use of archives.
Every Culture - Lebanon
Guide about Lebanon culture, including history, location, language, religion, food and other related information.
Louis Cardahi Foundation Lebanon
Aims to spread better knowledge of the history of Lebanon as well as of the history of Jbeil-Byblos in particular.
Grand Serail - Wikipedia
Information about Grand Serail, the headquarters of the Prime Minister of Lebanon, situated at the heart of downtown Beirut a few blocks away from the Lebanese Parliament.
Maronite Foundation in the World
Aims at regaining the Maronites outspread worldwide and reviving their affiliation to Lebanon despite their residence abroad.
The Lebanese Language
Website featuring the difference between Arabic language and Lebanese language and displays the history, culture and knowledge of the Lebanese language.
Beiteddine Palace - Wikipedia
Information about Beiteddine Palace, a 19th century Lebanese palace in Beiteddine hosting the annual Beiteddine Festival and the Beiteddine Palace Museum.
Bustros Palace - Wikipedia
Information about Bustros Palace, a Lebanese palace currently houses the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants. Considered one of the historical landmarks of Beirut.