Lebanon is located at The Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Israel and Syria.

The predominant differences between people are those between Muslim and Christian sects. Lebanon is a religious mish-mash and this has ultimately been the cause behind social tensions and the long, drawn out civil war. The government officially recognizes 18 religious sects of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.

The Lebanese are proud of their tradition of hospitality. This Lebanon2is a culture where it is considered an honour to have a guest in your home. It is also crucial for the Lebanese to maintain their dignity, honour, and reputation.

To find out more contact:

Embassy of Lebanon
27 Endeavour Street
Red Hill ACT 2603
+61 2 6295 7378


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