Travel to Lebanon!

Mountainous country neighboring Syria and the Mediterranean.

The Lebanese Flag

The Lebanese flag's most prevalent symbol, the cedar tree, has been placed in the flag for its strong influence in culture and belief. The cedars of Lebanon have been mention 70+ times in the Holy Bible, most often in reference to their strong meanings. Some of the most common morals associated with the cedar are eternity, peace, relics, landmarks, hope, and freedom.

"The white color on the flag represents the snow as a symbol of purity and peace.

The two red stripes refer to the Lebanese blood shed to preserve the country against the successive invaders."

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The population of Lebanon is a total of 4.3 million people

Size Comparision

The United States is approximately x945 larger than Lebanon; this is shown by the purple area over the United States map.
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Religion

"The 18 officially recognized religious groups include four Muslim sects, 12 Christian sects, the Druze sect, and Judaism."
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The capital city and largest city in Lebanon would be Beirut, Beyrouth. This city has an outstanding population of 1,916,100 people. Latitude/Longitude- 33.889 / 35.494

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Language

"The number of individual languages listed for Lebanon is 6. All are living languages. Of these, 1 is indigenous and 5 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 4 are institutional and 2 are developing."


The 6 languages are Arabic- North Levantine, Arabic- Standard, Armenian, English, French, and Kurdish- Northern

The Government of Lebanon

National Motto

كلنا للوطن ،، للعلا للعلم

(Arabic to English Translation- We are all for the Country, the Sublime and the Flag)