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Hamra’s bustling nightlife in 1973!

Hamra street is one of the main streets in Beirut. It is famous for its sidewalk cafes, where writers and journalists used to hang out in nineties. In 1973, Hamra’s nightlife scene was bustling. From families to young people, everyone was enjoying a drink or a dish in one of Hamra’s pubs or sidewalk cafes.


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Hamra's bustling nightlife in 1973!

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