No , No , No ! You can never ask a Lebanese to keep calm, we’re always set on fire…. the least of things make us angry, and we live in a country where we can’t keep calm. So, Don’t dare and say : Keep CALM ! How can we keep calm when the electricity…
|December 5, 2013
Posted by Carol
Lebanon is known as the liveliest places on earth as recognized by the New York Times. It is also the most open-minded country. Among the Middle Eastern countries, Lebanon is the only country that does not have desert and in which one can ski. While there are ski destinations, the sea and the sun also…
During heavy rainfall and high wind speed, there is a risk of flooding, traffic accidents and social disruption. As an individual you can prepare yourself at home through often simple measures. Do not venture out on the roads unless it is necessary. During heavy rainfall the risk of aquaplaning increases and roadways are flooded, particularly…
Lebanese sweets especially made on St. BARBARA day . Tfaddalo ! Lebanese sweets such as Qatayef with kashta cream(on the left) can also be varied with Katayef with nut , awwamat (to the right), and boiled wheat are traditional desserts for the Lebanese. Also maakaroun is a must during this festive day.
Do you support this move to have Gebran Khalil Gebran on the Lebanese pounds currency? Check this graffiti
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