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We believe that by creating and distributing educational documentaries locally, and across the world, we can:


1) Empower the feeling of citizenship and patriotism among Lebanese citizens.

2) Highlight the value of Lebanon’s special and unique sites, and establish awareness within the local communities as to the importance of their preservation. 

3) Portray an authentic and unbiased documented historical, geographical, and culinary audio-visual reference for Lebanon that will be a reference for the future generations.

4) Make Lebanon transcend the negative images it has inherited from past generations of conflicts.

5) Contribute to the rebirth of the economy in Lebanon by promoting tourism.




The republic of Lebanon maintains a privileged relationship with UNESCO. It has five sites listed on the UNESCO WORLD Heritage List: Anjar, Baalbek, Byblos, Tyre and the ensemble composed of the Holy Valley of Qadisha and the nearby Forest of the Cedars of God.

In addition, some of the vestiges containing inscriptions in the Phoenician alphabet were listed on the UNESCO Memory of the world register in 2005 in order to be digitally preserved.  That same year, the Commemorative stela of Nahr el-Kalb (the Lycus of Dog River) were also inscribed on the Register.

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