Nadine Lahoud: The success of a Lebanese in Paris

Prestige issue 267, October 2015
At a time when the food of tomorrow becomes one of the main topics discussed by the agricultural authorities, we see growing on the roofs of buildings of major cities invaded by concrete, various plantations dedicated to feeding the inhabitants of the city. Prestige met in Montreal Nadine Lahoud

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Lebanese Wine

Prestige issue 267, October 2015
Wine production is part of Lebanese heritage, since it dates back to the Phoenician era. Benefiting from a favorable climate and soil, the Lebanese plant some classic noble grapes, besides the local grapes offering the world variety of blends that cater to all tastes.

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The Amalfi Coast

Prestige issue 267, October 2015
The site as well as the name of Villa Cimbrone, have ancient and historical roots. The property on which stands the Villa, called «Cimbronium» originally belonged to the noble family of Accongiaioco. Although endowed with a natural beauty, the place lacked artistic elements likely to develop it.

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Nada Debs: An innovating marquetry

Inlaid furniture is part of the traditional crafts in the Middle East, can we say that your work continues this tradition, but gives it another dimension by introducing

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Aleppo Sweet flower of Orient

Prestige issue 126, November 2003
Its beauty was sung by Al-Mutanabbi and Lawrence of Arabia. Testimony of so many civilizations, melting pot of culture, city of pluralism and openness. Delicious stop on the Silk Road, Antique Aleppo, city of gardens which offered its fountains to thirsty travelers,

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