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Capital and largest city of Lebanon, Beirut welcomes more than half of the country's population. Commerce port and financial center, the metropolis greatly contributes to the national economy, hosting numerous companies and international banks.
Beirut is also an important regional cultural center: once settled in, expats can attend various festivals and enjoy a vibrant nightlife.
2 years ago
I came from the south of France and I discovered Lebanon for the first time in March 2004. I fell in love for this beautiful country. I'm always surprised when I learn that some Lebanese from the north have never gone in the south and vice-versa... So I wanted to break some prejudices with this blog on which I'll upload many photos and videos from all over the Cedars Country. Please Discover YOUR Lebanon !!!
4 years ago
Ann is an Australian mum and media producer currently living in Beirut. Mum At Large is about her musings, mishaps, and miscellaneous meanderings as a new expat mum. "Having no idea about how to navigate Beirut City with a baby in tow I thought it fitting to share my personal experiences and open this blog to all mums who are just as baby challenged or can help us remember all the exciting reasons of living abroad."