A Lebanese Architect Unveiled Art Visualisation Transforming The Jeita Grotto Into A Breathtaking Wedding Venue

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The talented Lebanese architect and digital artist Elio Atallah has released a set of digital art transforming a few of Lebanon’s landmarks into masterpieces.

Inspired by the “Ahla Bhal Talleh” (Welcome to Lebanon) campaign to promote tourism in Lebanon, Elio has reinvented Jeita Grotto, making it a mesmerizing wedding venue.

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Located about 30 minutes from Beirut, the Jeita Grotto is one of Lebanon’s most breathtaking and most popular tourist destinations, discovered in 1836 by an American missionary.

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The grotto features two distinct limestone caverns combining a length of around 9 kilometers. The landmark represents a spectacular display of stalagmites and stalactites that has been created over millions of years of underground movements.

“I wanted to be more creative and break the rules by making a visualization for Jeitta grotto with a higher level of imagination. Being an architect is being more focused on turning life into a magical unique unforgettable moments,” expressed the digital artist via his Instagram account.

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Elio Atallah also reimagined other of the country’s tourist landmarks, including the ancient Roman temples of Baalbek, and transformed the ancient castle in Byblos into a thermal spring spa.

He also remodeled the ancient Roman Hippodrome into a football Field and the Balou Balaa into a luxury hotel within the waterfall “inspired by the Tannourine sinkhole’s natural water and landscape elements.”

Related: 8 Spectacular Caverns & Grottos In Lebanon For An Epic Adventure With Your Friends

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A Lebanese Architect Unveiled Art Visualisation Transforming The Jeita Grotto Into A Breathtaking Wedding Venue

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