Sunday, April 22, 2012

Cedars of Barouk | الباروك, Lebanon

Barouk 48km from Beirut is a village in the Chouf District of Lebanon

“In the modern-day Lebanon the legendary cedar is still revered and remains prominent in the minds of all Lebanese. The cedar features on the national flag, the national airline, Government logos, the Lebanese currency and innumerable commercial logos. It is the feature of books, poetry, post cards, posters and art. The Cedars of Lebanon are truly an important part of the cultural heritage of the people of Lebanon.”

The Arab League is a regional organisation of Arab states in North and Northeast Africa, and Southwest Asia (Middle East).


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