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Beirut Art Center

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December 30, 2018
Beirut art center (bac) is a non-profit association, space and platform dedicated to experimental art in Beirut, Lebanon. Along with its main exhibition space, bac has an auditorium, spaces for meeting and discussing, a terrace, but also a huge collection of films from artists of the region, the…
July 12, 2017
Great exhibition center, always features interesting contemporary art
January 25, 2016
Amazing space with interesting exhibitions all over the year
April 13, 2014
THE contemporary art space of Beirut!

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“The American University of Beirut (AUB) is a private, non sectarian, and independent university in Beirut, Lebanon. It is one of the most prestigious universities in the Middle East, securing the top spot in the Arab region in the 2018 World University Rankings. On January 23, 1862, W. M. Thomson proposed to a meeting of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions that a college of higher learning, that would include medical training, should be established in Beirut with Dr. Daniel Bliss as its president. On April 24, 1863, while Bliss was raising money for the new college in the United States and England, the State of New York granted a charter for the Syrian Protestant College. The college, which was renamed the American University of Beirut in 1920, opened with a class of 16 students on December 3, 1866. Bliss served as its first president, from 1866 until 1902. In the beginning Arabic was used as the language of instruction because it was the common language of the ethnic groups of the region, and prospective students needed to be fluent in Ottoman Turkish or in French as well as in English. In 1887 the language of instruction became English ”
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“Armenian Cuisine. A personal favourite, make sure to try the Mante and the Lentil kibbeh ”
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“Martyrs' Monument is a monument by Italian sculptor Marino Mazzacurati on Martyrs' Square in the heart of downtown Beirut, Lebanon. It was inaugurated in 1960. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ”
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“The castle was built by the Crusaders in the 12th century from indigenous limestone and the remains of Roman structures. The finished structure was surrounded by a moat. It belonged to the Genoese Embriaco family, whose members were the Lords of Gibelet. Saladin captured the town and castle in 1188 and partially dismantled the walls in 1190. Later, the Crusaders recaptured Byblos and rebuilt the fortifications of the castle in 1197. In 1369, the castle had to fend off an attack from Cypriot vessels from Famagusta. The Byblos Castle has distinguished historical buildings for neighbors. Nearby stand a few Egyptian temples, the Phoenician royal necropolis and the Roman amphitheatre.”
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“This is one of the last big parks in Beirut that are left over. As so many places in this city, this place has as well a historical story. This park is located on the green line which used to separate the fighting neighbourhoods. After many years of being closed for any citizens, it is finally again open to the public. It is a wonderful place to have a walk or a run. Especially very early in the morning it is magical since you will see the sunrise behind the mountains and the mingling of all kind of different people to do sports. ”
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Beirut, Beirut
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