All posts tagged “Beirut

A photograph of a collection of buildings in Beirut.

Beirut, some of my favourite facades

Hands down, Beirut has the most beautiful building facades I’ve seen. They’re a mishmash of old, new, high-rise, offices, apartments. Balconies overflowing with all sorts. Not to mention actual palm trees growing off of balconies and rooftops many, many floors above the ground floor. And […]

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Ancient, old, and new

February 2019 | Beirut, Lebanon

Ancient, old, and new all in one single view. Beirut’s skyline is like no other city I’ve visited. You do yourself a disservice if you don’t spend the entire time looking up. (Though that may also mean you step in one or two dog turds!) […]

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Beirut Facades

Photo 8/52 | Beirut Facades

Beirut has such a familiar vibe to it. There’s so much of the city that feels European. And some of it reminds me of Bahrain. It’s a beautiful cross-over of the Middle East and Europe. Taken from the corniche looking inward towards the city, this […]

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