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Beirut is Lebanon's capital and largest city. There has been no recent population census, but 2007 figures ranged from just over 1 million to 2.2 million as part of Greater Beirut, making it the third-largest city
Beirut was once known as 'Paris of the Middle East,' after World War II, the capital of Lebanon became a tourist destination and financial hub, known as 'Paris of the Middle East' because of its French presence and vibrant cultural and intellectual life.
The town sits on top of two hills, al-Ashrafiyah (East Beirut) and al-Muajay al-Beirut (West Beirut), as a roughly triangular peninsula protruding into the sea. In the immediate hinterland, there is a small coastal plain (Al-Sā ground) stretching from the Nahr al-Kalb (Dog River) mouth in the north to the Nahr al-Dāmūr (Damur River) mouth in the south.
A few excellent museums are the main sights, but discovering the character of the different neighborhoods, strolling along the waterfront and diving into the wonderful restaurant and nightlife scene of the city are big attractions.
On average Lebanese meals, fruit, vegetables, rice, and bread outweigh the amount of meat consumed. The most consumed meats, poultry and lamb, however, make up some of the most common dishes in the region. The national dish, kibbeh, is made from a ground lamb and cracked paste of wheat
Beiruti cuisine is not only influenced by external influences: ancient local recipes were passed down throughout Lebanon from generation to generation, and community to community. Until eventually arriving in the capital, Dishes moved through villages and towns, carried in with economic migrants or the internally displaced.
Hamra is known as Beirut's first party district, and Ferdinand Bar does everything in its power to keep the area as vibrant as Gemmayzeh and Mar Mikhael. It takes its duties seriously without being pretentious, under the slogan "Be in love with a life-every minute of it." A combination of 80s and 90s music hums softly in the background as drinkers enjoy the white noise of Ferdinand's notorio
Clubbing in Beirut is a year-round problem, but in the summer, when most of the city's clubbing establishments move to the BIEL Waterfront (also known as the New Corniche), nights really get thumping. There is nothing that stops you from enjoying the Beirut gem. The beautiful public beach is open to everyone. Look through the bright blue waters while walking along the shore.
Some of Beirut's big car rental companies offer one-way leases. One-way rental is when the car is rented in one location and the car is returned in another. In most cases, if you wish to return the vehicle to a different location, the car rental agent may charge an additional fee. It will specify in the terms and conditions whether the one-way fee is included in the rental price.
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every thing was good except the body status of the car which was full of scratches and previous accidents