capital of Lebanon

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: of Lebanon - capital and largest city of Lebanoncapital of Lebanon - capital and largest city of Lebanon; located in western Lebanon on the Mediterranean
Lebanese Republic, Lebanon - an Asian republic at east end of Mediterranean
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And what better place to do so than Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, one of the most ethnically, religiously, and socioeconomically diverse--and complex--societies on Earth?
Congratulating the Ambassador on starting the diplomatic mission in Armenia the Mayor expressed confidence that the established friendly relationship with the embassy will be continued which will contribute to further expansion of friendly and business ties between Yerevan and the capital of Lebanon, Beirut.
NNA - Free Patriotic Movement Head, Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil, stressed Sunday on working together politically so that Tripoli can return, once again, to being the second capital of Lebanon, and not for the sake of gaining electoral votes.
They also discussed how to make Tripoli the "economic capital of Lebanon," which would make infrastructure like the railroad a priority.
It also features an interesting research work of GU-Q's senior student Mohamad Khalil Harb which examines and compares the imagined and lived experience of the city, using Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, as a model.
The UAE has strongly condemned the terrorist explosion which rocked the capital of Lebanon, Beirut, in which scores of people were killed and wounded.
He added a group of stars will participate in this short movie, to be released during a movie festival in the capital of Lebanon.
Beirut, the capital of Lebanon and the Middle East's tourist hub, attracts more than 12 million visitors every year for activities ranging from winter skiing to summer camping, hiking and taking advantage of the city's party scene.
What happened was a clear attack by the militia's arms on the peaceful citizens' security and safety in the capital of Lebanon, Beirut," he added.
JOHN McCarthy, a British journalist working for World Wide Television News, was abducted on his way to the airport in the war-torn capital of Lebanon, Beirut this day in 1986.
The story, told through the prism of four generations of one family, begins in 1982 in the refugee camp at Shatila, not far from Beirut, the capital of Lebanon.
In the same picture might be the capital of Lebanon, which is two capitals.