Have you ever wondered while riding around our beloved Beirut how it looked like years ago? Let’s fly back in time to see the old parts of Beirut as you have never seen before.
Ramlet Al Bayda is a famous beach located at the seashore of the Lebanese capital Beirut.
Tripoli is the largest city in northern Lebanon and the second largest city in the country after Beirut.
Clemenceau street is a residential and commercial street in Beirut, Lebanon is known for its numerous medical institutes like the Clemenceau medical center.
Riviera is a 5-star hotel in Beirut facing the Mediterranean sea, it was established in 1956 and holds a special place in Beirut’s history.
Horsh Beirut is the largest park of the capital, it’s also known as Horsh El Snoubar.
Al Manara is a small neighborhood in Ras Beirut, this neighborhood is famous for having the center and stadium of Al Riyadh sports club Beirut.
Via Old Beirut
The Lebanese port or Beirut Rafik Hariri International Airport is the main port in Lebanon, it is one of the largest and busiest ports on the Eastern Meditteranean.
Abdl Aziz street is located in Al Hamra Beirut.
Riad Al Solh square is a square located at the heart of downtown Beirut, it was named after the first Prime Minister of independent Lebanon Riad Al Solh.
Beirut Municipal stadium is an 18,000 capacity stadium located at Abou Chaker street in Tariq Al Jdidi, it is used for multiple purposes, but mostly for football matches.
Jounieh is a coastal city at Keserwan district, it’s known for its seaside resorts and nightlife.
This street in Gemmazye is named after French general Henri Gouraud, it is a residential and commercial street.
George Picot street is currently known as Starco center which is an office building and commercial center in the heart of the city Beirut.
Bab Idris is a commercial area located in the center of Beirut, it was named Bab Idris after the Idris family who lived near the door.
Al Riyadh is a Lebanese basketball club based at Al Manara Beirut.
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