About the symposium

Lebanon

Capital: Beirut
Population: 6.082 million (2017)
Monetary Unit: The Lebanese Pound
Area: 10,452 square kilometers

Lebanon is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and despite its small area, it is rich with diverse geography, landscape, culture, and history. Its capital city is Beirut.
Lebanon is known for its cultural and religious diversity. Lebanon officially recognizes 17 religious’ sects of Christianity, Islam and Judaism.
It has been the crossroad of many civilizations; the traces of which can still be seen today.

Lebanon, particularly its coastal region, was the site of some of the oldest human settlements in the world—the Phoenician ports of Tyre, Sidon, and Byblos were dominant centres of trade and culture in the 3rd millennium (BC).

Languages: Lebanese (Spoken), Arabic (Formal), French, English and Armenian (minority).

Beirut

Shaped by a charming mix of east and west, Beirut is epitomized by its downtown, rich with shops and old villas, fairs and parties, roman baths, urban landscape, Grand Serail and the famous corniche of Raouche also known as the Pigeon Rocks located just offshore.

Beirut is known as one of the liveliest cities in the Middle East and famed for its busting nightlife.

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Lebanese American University – Beirut Campus

Lebanese American University – Beirut Campus

Lebanese American University – Beirut Campus

Lebanese American University – Beirut Campus

Lebanese American University – Beirut Campus

Lebanese American University – Beirut Campus

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