Lebanon (1890-1900)

Thanks Fadwa.  What a beautiful country!  Whenever I see pictures like these and read accounts from the same time period, I wish I could have walked the countryside paths and ridden on four-legged beasts instead of whizzing around in noisy cars and airplanes.  Imagine the time they had back then, to think, to see and hear, to talk, to think, to think, to think…


Ghazir – circa 1893 – Lebanon


Harajel – circa 1894 – Lebanon


Hasroun circa 1898 – Lebanon


Jebeil (Byblos) – circa 1893 – Lebanon


Maison a Beyrouth circa 1892 – Lebanon


Maison des Jesuites – Bikfaya circa 1894 – Lebanon


Nabi Younis circa 1898 – Lebanon


Nahr Al Kalb vu de Louaizeh – circa 1894 – Lebanon


Notre Dame des Champs – Dleptah – circa 1894 – Lebanon


Notre Dame des Fievreux Tripoli circa 1896 – Lebanon


Plage de Batroun – circa 1893 – Lebanon


Qannoubine circa 1898 – Lebanon


Qannoubine circa 1898 – Lebanon


Qozhaya circa 1896 – Lebanon


Qozhaya circa 1896 – Lebanon


Qozhaya circa 1896 – Lebanon


Ras Baalbeck – circa 1896 – Lebanon


Saydah vue du Sud – circa 1898 – Lebanon


Sour (Tyr) – circa 1898 – Lebanon


Sour (Tyr) – circa 1898 – Lebanon


Sour (Tyr) entree Nord – circa 1898 – Lebanon


Tripoli Lebanon circa 1896 – Lebanon


Universite St. Joseph – Beyrouth circa 1892 – Lebanon


Yammouni – circa 1891 – Lebanon


Zahle, Lebanon – circa 1891 – Lebanon


Zahleh, Lebanon – circa 1896 – Lebanon

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