Beirut: A City Without Monuments

Beirut is a city still dealing with past conflict: the bombed-out buildings and abandoned houses speak of the wars that scarred the Lebanese capital in the 20th century. Although it’s a lively place to visit, the lack of physical monuments commemorating its difficulties suggests a city still dealing with a complex past. Nasri Atallah reports.

26 April 2018

07 minutes

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