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Lebanon | Beirut’s war-damaged historic sites being repurposed as galleries, eateries, more

In the mountains above Beirut, a stately Ottoman-era hotel came to life again last autumn after decades of abandonment.


The Grand Hotel Casino Ain Sofar–once a preferred vacation spot for the region’s stars and the site of weddings and lavish parties–was left to looters and the occupying Syrian Army during Lebanon’s civil war, which lasted from 1975 to 1990. It was finally left empty and in disrepair.


https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/destinations/asia/lebanon/beirut-war-damaged-landmarks-becoming-cultural-sites/

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