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Yasmine Dabbous: Celebration of Cultures

Prestige issue 256, November 2014
Ethnic Tree is a line of handmade ethnic jewelry. Raw materials such as silver and vintage tribal ethnic fabric from trips I make in the areas from Guatemala to Vietnam. Once assembled, they are transformed into necklaces or brooches, unique pieces difficult to duplicate.

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Tania Kassis sings Love and her Country

Prestige issue 256, November 2014
She is full of energy, enthusiasm, and love of life with a capital L. The sacred love of God and her Country, her family … and love of others. On the occasion of the 71st anniversary of the Independence of Lebanon, Tania Kassis offers at Casino du Liban, a gift of size, a concert of love rich and varied on her own way.

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Walk in the Hautes-Pyrénées

Prestige issue 160, November 2006
The Pyrenees that have so much captivated the romantics in the XIXth century greet you with their eternal hospitality. To discover them, follow us on an exhilarating hike on this high mountain separating France from Spain and be enchanted by the Pyrenees National Park, world of magical landscapes, botanical open book

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Rafik Hariri

Prestige issue 142, March 2005
Several definitions try to determine his personality: man of reconstruction, of major projects, businessman, man of Saida, of Saudi Arabia, the man who changed history … Hariri is all that but … we wanted to know where the leader starts, where the man ends. Punctual, master of all situations, charismatic. He mainly has the talent to

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Nicolas G. Hayek

Prestige issue 145, June 2005
Behind this impressive legend, called Nicolas G. Hayek, with a reputation of rebellious and provocative, there is a charming man with a child’s heart. Life has taught him to be wary, but once confident, he reveals a character full of humor, very friendly and very human. Despite his brilliant success, he kept the same motivation for work

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Palmyra

Prestige issue 124, September 2003
It appears in the distance, this oasis, enjoying the early morning under the protection of the mountains, Jebel Hayyan, Jebel Mazar. The city opens to the desert. A garden of five hundred thousand olive trees, palm trees, pomegranate, girded like a laurel wreath, with the ancient city that seems to stretch to infinity. City of this

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Sydney: A vision for the XXIst century

Prestige issue 121, June 2003
Sydney is not the capital of Australia, but it is essential in the heart of Australians, with its Opera House, monument for the glory of lyrical arts, symbol of the city as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Colosseum in Rome, the statue of Liberty in New York.

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The Nile of the Pharaohs

Prestige issue 103, december 2001
High – Egypt. Initiatory journey through space and time, in the land of great builders. Along this untamed river whose mysterious rhythm inspired myths and legends, from ancient times until today, the Nile continues to fascinate its contemplators.

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Amine Gemayel

Prestige issue 100, September 2001
To better perceive things, we better look from afar … True to himself, with this addition, the quiet strength acquired through ordeals, an easy verb, always eloquent, often touching, when he speaks about the past, the character remains elusive. The most intellectual of politics and the most political between intellectuals,

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LEBANON

Prestige issue 83, April 2000
A LITTLE SUNNY CORNER OF THE WORLD IMPOSSIBLE TO IDENTIFY IN SOME PICTURES, BECAUSE OF THE VARIETY OF THE COUNTRYSIDE. LAND OF CONTRAST AND HARMONY, BOTH DYNAMIC AND PASSIONATE OF FARNIENTE, IT IS NOT BY CHANCE THAT ONE CAN FEEL SO OFTEN ON VACATION

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