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Beiteddine Palace

Beiteddine Palace stands like a crown on top of a hill in the Shouf Mountains, about 25 kilometers south of Beirut. It was built by Emir Bashir II of the Shihab dynasty in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The reconstructed building is home to the Beiteddine Palace museum and the annual Beiteddine Festival. It is an opportunity to get to know the typical architecture of that time, the richly ornamented palace, the hammam, the cedar wood carvings, and every form of luxury in which the rulers lived.

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