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Celebrate Lebanon’s natural heritage by visiting these sites!

Yesterday, the world celebrated Earth Day which is an annual event that demonstrates support for environmental protection. Lebanon has a rich natural heritage that includes lakes, forests, caves, waterfalls, including Kadisha Valley which is a

World Heritage Site

. Unfortunately, new buildings and the garbage crisis are harming our environment. We gathered Lebanon’s top natural wonders to remind you that these sites will be eventually affected if we don’t take care of our environment enough. Let’s protect our natural heritage!

Akoura Lake

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Al Ezer Forest

Location: Akkar

Arz El Barouk

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Location: Chouf

Baatara Gorge Waterfall

Location: Tannourine

Bkassine Pine Forest

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Location: Jezzine

Caves in Jezzine

Cedars of God

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Location: Bcharre


Sea in Anfeh

Kadisha Valley

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Location: Bcharre

Jeita Grotto

Mount Sannine

Pigeon Rocks

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Location: Beirut

Tyre Beach

Waterfalls in Jezzine

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Celebrate Lebanon's natural heritage by visiting these sites!

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