A great vacation spot!
You can visit many different exciting places in Beirut!
National Museum of Beirut
Opened 1942, the National Museum of Beirut contains lots of Lebanese history.
Our Lady of Lebanon
Get up close to the beautiful Our Lady of Lebanon Statue. The climb is worth it!
- "Marhabaan" = "Hello"
- "Wadaeaan" = "Good bye"
- "Shukraan" = "Thank you"
- "'Ayn alhamam" = "Where's the bathroom"
- "Kayf halik" = "How are you"
Lebanon's language is Lebanese Arabic. Lebanese Arabic is a combination of English and French, which most citizens learn both languages as well. Actually, most citizens learn at least three or four languages in their life. You pretty much need to know one of those languages to get around Lebanon.