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    Quote Originally Posted by Supreme Allah View Post
    This is the most beautiful house I have ever seen.
    i agree allah
    fantastic photos, speechless!

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    Last edited by nora; 25-08-2009 at 11:28 AM.
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    paintings (windows & doors) by Andre Kalfayan
    http://sawte.com/vb/art-design-showr...html#post49078
    check the paintings
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samaritan View Post
    Just curious nora, do people live there, or is it a public building, the roof looks new, the doors look ancient, what a view...........and no lawn to mow....could use a little curb appeal, cool place.
    mmmm i dont think so sam.
    help anyone?
    I dont think anyone lives there. This house is actually right next to the historic Byblos fortress. I have been there many times and have never seen any sign of people living there
    Last edited by hicham saade; 26-08-2009 at 07:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hicham saade View Post
    I dont think anyone lives there. This house is actually right next to the historic Byblos fortress. I have been there many times and have never seen any sign of people living there
    This house is locked. It belongs to the Moudiryet l Athar and therefore cannot be used as domestic residence.
    Since the independence days and the creation of the state, this house has been vacant and at several times, was used to store some antiques that were found in the area.
    I went there a few times, and the view form the "porch" is breath taking.
    ما بيصح الا الصحيح
    زرعنا بلادي استشهاد... حصدنا حرية

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