Lebanon used to be known as the “Switzerland of the East” due to the diversity and financial power that it enjoyed.
The capital city Beirut, used to be called the “Paris of the Middle East’ because it was at one time a thriving city with a rich culture and attracted tourists from all over the world. When the war was over, extensive efforts were made to redevelop the national infrastructure and the failing economy.
It is widely believed that Jesus Christ performed his first miracle here.
The country’s name is known to be the oldest in the world and has remained unchanged for over 4000 years.
Byblos is the world’s oldest, continuously occupied city and the first alphabet was also created here.
The world’s first ever law school was founded in the city of Beirut in Lebanon.
The cedar which is a native tree of Lebanon is mentioned 75 times in the Old Testament.
Beirut was destroyed and built from scratch seven times and is known as the “Phoenix”.
It is the one and only Asian country that has absolutely no desert.
The first ever people to build a boat and set sail in it were the Phoenicians who were the original occupants of Lebanon.
The capital and largest city of Libya.
The capital and most populous city of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
Is a Eurasian country situated in the Eastern Mediterranean towards the southern side of Turkey with Levant on its west and Egypt to the North.
The capital and second largest city of Syria.
Is a country located in the Middle East.
Is situated in Southwest Asia and bordered by Lebanon, the Mediterranean Sea and the island of Cyprus in the West, Israel in the southwest, Jordan in the south, Iraq in the east and Turkey in the north
The capital city of England and the United Kingdom.
Is an Arab kingdom located in the Middle East, on the eastern bank of Jordan River and officially called the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
is the most populated city in the United States of America, and considered one of the world's cultural capitals.