In Pictures: Recognizing Lebanon’s Unconditional Independence With 6 Iconic Wonders

Despite the continuous political and economic struggles, this great nation never fails to rebuild itself from the ashes and remain an attractive destination to all world travelers. In celebration of Lebanon’s Independence Day, we’ve decided to take a deeper look at one of the world’s oldest countries, the magnetic aura that managed to capture our hearts, the source of pride, Lebanon.

The first-ever hand-drawn flag of Lebanon that was sketched back in 1943

The first post-independence president, Sheikh Bechara El Khoury (1943-1952)

Lebanon’s incredible natural wonder, Jeita Grotto

The iconic Cedars of God 

The Temple of Bacchus in Baalbeck

Sidon Sea Castle

WE SAID THIS: What a great nation!