Lebanon Flyer

Lebanon – the Cedar Country By: Juan Gonzalez

Lebanon's Flag

The Lebanon flag presents the cedar in the middle of the Lebanon flag is cedar tree is inspired by the mountains of Lebanon cedar (Cedrus libani).The cedar tree means holiness , eternity , and peace. The cedar tree is mentioned seven times in the bible especially in the book Psalms in chapter 92 verse 13.

Turning Lebanon's heritage into art

Lebanon's Culture

Cross culture of various civilizations over thousands of years. Major industries like clothing ,food , tobacco and wine. Lebanon's agriculture involves growing citrus , fruits , olives , vegetables , tobacco , and other cash crops.

Lebanon's History.

In 200 BC, Lebanon was Phoenician. Lebanon has been ruled by Egypt,Rome, Assyria, Babylon,and Persia. Since the 7th to the 16th century is was part of the Arab Empire. Lebanon in 1517 was occupied by the Ottoman Empire. It was a french speaking country after war world 1 until they declared a independence and that established the republic of Lebanon. The name of Lebanon comes from the territory of Mount Lebanon. Arabic is the most spoken but they also speak french and English. This ruin is one of the oldest ruin in Lebanon.
The History of Lebanon

Lebanon's Politics

Lebanon's politic group is a Democratic Republic and its the highest offices are proportionately reserved for representatives and religious communities. Accruing to the constitution every election are held at the most 4 years. A president in Lebanon is elected for 6 years to a single term. The president in Lebanon is not eligible for reelection.

Lebanon's Geography

Lebanon's mountain ranges and their height. Lebanon is located about 35˚N, 35˚E and it runs along the Eastern Mediterranean sea . The area of Lebanon is almost about 10,452 square kilometers. It goes down narrower down south and farthest north. The widest point it about 88 kilometers and the narrowest point is 32 kilometers. But the average with is about 56 kilometers long. The western mountain ranges which are called Lebanon mountains and their the second major mountain ranges.