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Chateau Khoury, Lebanese wine Chateau Khoury, Lebanese wine Château Khoury’s vineyard is located 1,300 meters above sea level in the eastern foothills of Mount Lebanon. It is a family-run vineyard, established by Raymond and Brigitte El Khoury. Our philosophy is to produce high-quality wines that reflect the characteristics of the Lebanese climate and the particular terroir of the Château Khoury estate.

Dhour Zahle, Lebanon
Tel: +961 8 801 160
Mobile: + 961 3 075 422
Email: info@chateaukhoury.com
Château Khoury’s vineyard is located 1,300 meters above sea level in the eastern foothills of Mount Lebanon. It is a family-run vineyard, established by Raymond and Brigitte El Khoury. Our philosophy is to produce high-quality wines that reflect the characteristics of the Lebanese climate and the particular terroir of the Château Khoury estate.

Dhour Zahle, Lebanon
Tel: +961 8 801 160
Mobile: + 961 3 075 422
Email: info@chateaukhoury.com

Chateau Khoury, Lebanese wine

The Group for Subterranean Studies and Researches of Lebanon The Group for Subterranean Studies and Researches of Lebanon The Group for Subterranean Studies and Researches of Lebanon (in French: Groupe d’Etudes et de Recherches Souterraines du Liban – GERSL) is a Lebanese non-profit speleological association, founded in 1988 (Min. Int. 132 / AD 12/5/1988) by Lebanese cavers with the aim to carry out explorations and scientific researches of grottoes, sinkholes and rock-cut caverns in Lebanon and Middle Eastern Countries and specialized in the fields of geology/hydro-geology, history/archaeology, conservation and tourism. The works of the GERSL are documented and published in a scientific Journal, Liban Souterrain, published mostly in French & Arabic since 1988 in addition to some specialized books. Nowadays GERSL developed a website (www.cavinglebanon.com) to publish the results of its findings to reach the public.
The Group for Subterranean Studies and Researches of Lebanon (in French: Groupe d’Etudes et de Recherches Souterraines du Liban – GERSL) is a Lebanese non-profit speleological association, founded in 1988 (Min. Int. 132 / AD 12/5/1988) by Lebanese cavers with the aim to carry out explorations and scientific researches of grottoes, sinkholes and rock-cut caverns in Lebanon and Middle Eastern Countries and specialized in the fields of geology/hydro-geology, history/archaeology, conservation and tourism. The works of the GERSL are documented and published in a scientific Journal, Liban Souterrain, published mostly in French & Arabic since 1988 in addition to some specialized books. Nowadays GERSL developed a website (www.cavinglebanon.com) to publish the results of its findings to reach the public.

The Group for Subterranean Studies and Researches of Lebanon

Khoury Sanitary Khoury Sanitary Khoury Sanitary is one of the leading sanitary ware companies in Lebanon counting in its portfolio some of the world's top-quality brands in the sanitary industry. The company was established in 1995 by brothers Nassif and Ghassan Khoury with a vision to provide customers with state-of-the-art sanitary solutions that combine superior quality with high aesthetics and smart convenience. 

In just a couple of years, Khoury Sanitary became a reference for quality sanitary ware in the country, offering its constantly growing customer-base personalized services and a wide range of international sanitary products at affordable prices.

Today, Khoury Sanitary enjoys a solid reputation in the market with almost two decades of proven records. By keeping a close eye on quality, maintaining impeccable customer satisfaction levels, and offering the latest innovations in the world of sanitary ware at the best prices, Khoury Sanitary is your preferred sanitary partner for all your construction and renovation projects.
Khoury Sanitary is one of the leading sanitary ware companies in Lebanon counting in its portfolio some of the world's top-quality brands in the sanitary industry. The company was established in 1995 by brothers Nassif and Ghassan Khoury with a vision to provide customers with state-of-the-art sanitary solutions that combine superior quality with high aesthetics and smart convenience. 

In just a couple of years, Khoury Sanitary became a reference for quality sanitary ware in the country, offering its constantly growing customer-base personalized services and a wide range of international sanitary products at affordable prices.

Today, Khoury Sanitary enjoys a solid reputation in the market with almost two decades of proven records. By keeping a close eye on quality, maintaining impeccable customer satisfaction levels, and offering the latest innovations in the world of sanitary ware at the best prices, Khoury Sanitary is your preferred sanitary partner for all your construction and renovation projects.

Khoury Sanitary

Summer misk festival, 2015 Summer misk festival, 2015 Thursday Jun 4th 2015 - Sunday Jun 7th 2015
WYCLEF JEAN
Concert
BeitMisk
04 Jun 2015 | 09:00 PM


GUY MANOUKIAN
Concert
BeitMisk
05 Jun 2015 | 09:00 PM


BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL COMEDY SHOWCASE
Comedy
BeitMisk
06 Jun 2015 | 09:00 PM


NATHALIE IMBRUGLIA
Concert
BeitMisk
07 Jun 2015 | 09:00 PM
Thursday Jun 4th 2015 - Sunday Jun 7th 2015
WYCLEF JEAN
Concert
BeitMisk
04 Jun 2015 | 09:00 PM


GUY MANOUKIAN
Concert
BeitMisk
05 Jun 2015 | 09:00 PM


BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL COMEDY SHOWCASE
Comedy
BeitMisk
06 Jun 2015 | 09:00 PM


NATHALIE IMBRUGLIA
Concert
BeitMisk
07 Jun 2015 | 09:00 PM

Summer misk festival, 2015

Rental wedding and evening dresses in Lebanon Rental wedding and evening dresses in Lebanon

Why buy 1 dress when you can rent 3 ?

Make use of your old dresses ! we sell / rent them for you

Fashion Services In Lebanon

La Fecha Fashion.
Telephone: 71 426 462 - 03 908 325 - 70 592 593
www.lafechafashion.com

Why buy 1 dress when you can rent 3 ?

Make use of your old dresses ! we sell / rent them for you

Fashion Services In Lebanon

La Fecha Fashion.
Telephone: 71 426 462 - 03 908 325 - 70 592 593
www.lafechafashion.com

Rental wedding and evening dresses in Lebanon

Jean-Francois Michael Jean-Francois Michael Jean-François Michael
from Saturday Apr 11st 2015 to Sunday Apr 12nd 2015
at Casino du Liban

 
Jounieh Highway, Lebanon +961 9 859 888
Jean-François Michael
from Saturday Apr 11st 2015 to Sunday Apr 12nd 2015
at Casino du Liban

 
Jounieh Highway, Lebanon +961 9 859 888

Jean-Francois Michael

Wara el beib Wara el beib

Wara El Bab" - The New Comedy Play of Georges Khabbaz - Starring : Georges Khabbaz - Talal El Jurdi - May Sahhab - Laura Khabbaz - Joseph Acaf - Wassim El Toum - Ghassan Attieh - Joseph Salame - Cynthia Karam - Boutros Farah & Omar Mikati - Starting 11 December , in Chateau Triano - Zalka Main Road - Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday @ 8.30 p.m. & Sunday 4.30 & 8.30 p.m. 
For Reservation : Chateau Triano : 04/722245 - 03/249842

Every Day Starting Today from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Tickets price : 20,000 - 30,000 - 40,000 - 50,000 LBP

Wara El Bab" - The New Comedy Play of Georges Khabbaz - Starring : Georges Khabbaz - Talal El Jurdi - May Sahhab - Laura Khabbaz - Joseph Acaf - Wassim El Toum - Ghassan Attieh - Joseph Salame - Cynthia Karam - Boutros Farah & Omar Mikati - Starting 11 December , in Chateau Triano - Zalka Main Road - Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday @ 8.30 p.m. & Sunday 4.30 & 8.30 p.m. 
For Reservation : Chateau Triano : 04/722245 - 03/249842

Every Day Starting Today from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Tickets price : 20,000 - 30,000 - 40,000 - 50,000 LBP

Wara el beib

CIRCO International CIRCO International from Friday Jan 9th 2015 to Sunday Jan 18th 2015
at Facing Forum de Beyrouth

www.cirqueduliban.com
from Friday Jan 9th 2015 to Sunday Jan 18th 2015
at Facing Forum de Beyrouth

www.cirqueduliban.com

CIRCO International

Lebanon's best Christmas lights and holiday cheer Lebanon's best Christmas lights and holiday cheer

BEIRUT: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas throughout Lebanon. As the commercialized holiday draws closer, Christmas decorations have popped across the country, from north to south and east to west. From the most creative to the most spectacular, The Daily Star breaks down the most impressive of all the lights, trees and other decorations.

9. Tyre

A bit of a play on words with this one. This is a Christmas tree made of tires and located in the southern coastal city of Tyre. In place of a star, a Santa hat is placed on top of the spray-painted green tires. Red dots of spray paint have also been popped on and cutouts of Santa hats sit on the side with Christmas lights, gold ornaments, blue and silver tinsel and silver wreaths.

8. Sidon

The official tree in Sidon is quite bland and typical. But there are other decorations around the city including non-pine trees that are adorned with beautiful orb-shaped ornaments of gold and red. That being said, any tree with the appropriate decorations is a Christmas tree!

7. Saloume

The northern suburb of Beirut stuck to a simple theme this year as white lights line their tree. Other smaller (non-Christmas) trees are also decorated with beautiful white lights that look as though they are small galaxies holding many constellations in their branches.

6. Downtown Beirut

While the tree isn't particularly spectacular this year, the setting of seeing a tree in Downtown Beirut, facing the front of the Mohammad al-Amin Mosque, is still a fantastic sight to behold, as well as a sign of coexistence in a country that has had a rough year security-wise.

5. Ashrafieh

The decorations are spread out a bit in Ashrafieh as Gebran Tueni place in Tabaris is decorated with a tree and smaller artificial, white-lit shrubs. The major attraction though is in Sassine Square, where the biggest tree is adorned with large, red, orb-shaped ornaments and a large star on top. The artificial white trees found in Tabaris are spread out around Sassine in the different patches of sidewalk. There is also the nativity scene below the tree that captures the heart and mind. Everyone is there – the animals, the three wise men, the angels and Jesus' family. Jesus traditionally is not placed on his stack of hay until the day of his birth, though that brings up a number of major questions, such as: aren't the wise men a bit early? Are the attendees' hands on their hearts to simply check their heart rate? And how did Mary keep such a great figure into the last few weeks of her pregnancy?

4. Batroun

As The Daily Star reported last week, the Batrouniyat festival displays a large and classic Christmas tree of white lights with a spacious open area for kids to run and play. A large star rests atop of this tree and a Christmas market is there to go along with it.

3. Tripoli

Despite its unfair reputation of being a "hub of support for extremists," the on-again-off-again battleground is decorated throughout with tasteful Christmas ornaments including a number of Christmas trees. One tree in particular is adorned with large gold ornaments and red fabric that reads, "Merry Christmas." Many of the city's vacant roundabouts have been filled with towering Christmas trees. Last year, news spread that angry citizens burned down one of the city's trees. The news was later refuted as proof emerged of an electrical fire that burned half a tree that was quickly refurbished.

2. Beirut Souks

Toss out the old and bring in the new age Christmas! There are two notable trees in the Souks. The first is a classical tree from Patchi adorned with the more politically correct message of "Happy Holidays." The big attraction though is the Coca-Cola tree. That's right, the Coca-Cola tree lights up at night and is made of personalized Coca-Cola bottles. Check it out and find your name on the tree. Hopefully you'll have more luck than the author. There are also large, white-lightened reindeer near the entry to the souks.

1. Byblos

So impressive are Byblos' Christmas decorations that the Wall Street Journal featured the city in a photography piece about Christmas trees around the world. The 97-foot-tall tree is made up of what look like golden leaves with a skinny-shining-star that resembles the North Star siting at the top. But the real surprise is walking underneath the tree, where a look up unveils a nativity scene of paper cutouts.

The animals, wise men, and Jesus' family are all there, dancing above your head.

Outside the tree are a number of small, white houses making up a pleasant Christmas village.

The finishing touch is the lining of all doors and windows of the houses straddling the entrance street to Byblos with white lights. Doves, made also of white lights, hang in the air and other simple but fantastic shapes are scattered among the median strip of ruins. If you're dreaming of a white Christmas, this is the place to go.

BEIRUT: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas throughout Lebanon. As the commercialized holiday draws closer, Christmas decorations have popped across the country, from north to south and east to west. From the most creative to the most spectacular, The Daily Star breaks down the most impressive of all the lights, trees and other decorations.

9. Tyre

A bit of a play on words with this one. This is a Christmas tree made of tires and located in the southern coastal city of Tyre. In place of a star, a Santa hat is placed on top of the spray-painted green tires. Red dots of spray paint have also been popped on and cutouts of Santa hats sit on the side with Christmas lights, gold ornaments, blue and silver tinsel and silver wreaths.

8. Sidon

The official tree in Sidon is quite bland and typical. But there are other decorations around the city including non-pine trees that are adorned with beautiful orb-shaped ornaments of gold and red. That being said, any tree with the appropriate decorations is a Christmas tree!

7. Saloume

The northern suburb of Beirut stuck to a simple theme this year as white lights line their tree. Other smaller (non-Christmas) trees are also decorated with beautiful white lights that look as though they are small galaxies holding many constellations in their branches.

6. Downtown Beirut

While the tree isn't particularly spectacular this year, the setting of seeing a tree in Downtown Beirut, facing the front of the Mohammad al-Amin Mosque, is still a fantastic sight to behold, as well as a sign of coexistence in a country that has had a rough year security-wise.

5. Ashrafieh

The decorations are spread out a bit in Ashrafieh as Gebran Tueni place in Tabaris is decorated with a tree and smaller artificial, white-lit shrubs. The major attraction though is in Sassine Square, where the biggest tree is adorned with large, red, orb-shaped ornaments and a large star on top. The artificial white trees found in Tabaris are spread out around Sassine in the different patches of sidewalk. There is also the nativity scene below the tree that captures the heart and mind. Everyone is there – the animals, the three wise men, the angels and Jesus' family. Jesus traditionally is not placed on his stack of hay until the day of his birth, though that brings up a number of major questions, such as: aren't the wise men a bit early? Are the attendees' hands on their hearts to simply check their heart rate? And how did Mary keep such a great figure into the last few weeks of her pregnancy?

4. Batroun

As The Daily Star reported last week, the Batrouniyat festival displays a large and classic Christmas tree of white lights with a spacious open area for kids to run and play. A large star rests atop of this tree and a Christmas market is there to go along with it.

3. Tripoli

Despite its unfair reputation of being a "hub of support for extremists," the on-again-off-again battleground is decorated throughout with tasteful Christmas ornaments including a number of Christmas trees. One tree in particular is adorned with large gold ornaments and red fabric that reads, "Merry Christmas." Many of the city's vacant roundabouts have been filled with towering Christmas trees. Last year, news spread that angry citizens burned down one of the city's trees. The news was later refuted as proof emerged of an electrical fire that burned half a tree that was quickly refurbished.

2. Beirut Souks

Toss out the old and bring in the new age Christmas! There are two notable trees in the Souks. The first is a classical tree from Patchi adorned with the more politically correct message of "Happy Holidays." The big attraction though is the Coca-Cola tree. That's right, the Coca-Cola tree lights up at night and is made of personalized Coca-Cola bottles. Check it out and find your name on the tree. Hopefully you'll have more luck than the author. There are also large, white-lightened reindeer near the entry to the souks.

1. Byblos

So impressive are Byblos' Christmas decorations that the Wall Street Journal featured the city in a photography piece about Christmas trees around the world. The 97-foot-tall tree is made up of what look like golden leaves with a skinny-shining-star that resembles the North Star siting at the top. But the real surprise is walking underneath the tree, where a look up unveils a nativity scene of paper cutouts.

The animals, wise men, and Jesus' family are all there, dancing above your head.

Outside the tree are a number of small, white houses making up a pleasant Christmas village.

The finishing touch is the lining of all doors and windows of the houses straddling the entrance street to Byblos with white lights. Doves, made also of white lights, hang in the air and other simple but fantastic shapes are scattered among the median strip of ruins. If you're dreaming of a white Christmas, this is the place to go.

Lebanon's best Christmas lights and holiday cheer

Hussein el deik at Aquarium Hotel, Jounieh Hussein el deik at Aquarium Hotel, Jounieh

Hussein el deik at Aquarium Hotel, Jounieh

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