The 97-foot-high Christmas tree at the entrance to Byblos, Lebanon, north of Beirut, shown on Nov. 25. The tree is covered with 2,500 gold-colored iron leaves.
The Byblos Christmas tree was featured in the Wall Street Journal as part of Christmas trees from around the world, and not the most beautiful Christmas trees in the world. There’s no doubt though that the Byblos tree and decoration are gorgeous.
Check them out [here].
Originally posted by Glamroz
maybe it’s time the Beirut municipality / solidaire learn from Byblos and work on a more impressive, less dull and uninspired christmas tree than the one we see every year in downtown Beirut.
i mean when i think about all the lebanese designers that are not recruited for such projects!