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Yup. Keep posting these. That’s what people are nostalgic about! Talk about Lubnan el Akhdar. It seems deforestation and disappearing color of green is becoming the norm in Lebanon. Instead of cultivating and planning around the God given beauty and natural resources (Green and rivers…Sea and mountains…) Lebanese; especially its corrupt politicians of every stripe have killed it. First the Maronite leadership then Sunni, Druze and now the Shiite….
Screw you all!
Woooow,the greenery 🙂
absolutely stunning.. environmental agencies should buy some billboard advertising and place this picture all around Lebanon
I do not live in Lebanon, just wondering do you have an “after” picture of what it looks like today?
“Something nice about the good old days” followed by “something bad about today” and as usual “something bad about the Lebanese politicians” and there you have it the perfect comment on a nostalgic picture of Lebanon.
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