This is what Christmas in Lebanon looks like

There are a couple weeks left for Christmas and just like every year, the streets of Lebanon are filled with all kinds of ornaments and decorations.

 

The festivities during the month of December are many and non-stop in Lebanon. The Chritsmassy vibes and preparations are anticipated months before the big holiday.

From towns’ and cities’ decorations to Christmas markets, festivals, concerts, and department stores events, celebrations are happening all around the country.

Here are some pictures that give you an idea of Lebanon’s atmosphere during this time of the year.

 

Byblos

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Downtown Beirut

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Towns and cities all over Lebanon, compete at making the best decoration of every year’s Christmas!

 

ABC Department Store – Verdun

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ABC Department Store – Dbayeh

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Malls and department stores exquisitely decorate for the celebration. What’s better than Christmas shopping around these amazing ornaments?

 

Dhour Choueir

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Jezzine

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Rural areas, despite the cold, display amazing light settings and holiday knick-knacks providing a remarkably warm Christmas atmosphere.

 

Jounieh

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Zahle

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Sinn El Fil

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The decorations are well designed and sometimes cost a valuable amount of money. However, the Christmas spirit they deliver is surely priceless!

Ehden

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Le Mall – Sinn El Fil

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Le Mall – Dbayeh

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Christmas is one of the most celebrated holidays in Lebanon. It is also the busiest time of the year, the roads are jammed, the airport is buzzing with people and the shopping is on overdrive!

City Centre Beirut

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Bikfaya

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New Jdeideh

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Tyre

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Saida

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Beirut Souks

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MTC Touch Building

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!


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This is what Christmas in Lebanon looks like

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