One of main symbols of the country is the Lebanon Cedar (Cedrus libani). The Lebanon Cedar can be seen on the Lebanese flag and coat-of-arms.It grows in Western Asia (Lebanon, Syria, parts of Turkey). There is also a legend stating that the cedar from Lebanon was used to build the King Solomon's temple.
I bought an apartment in Beirut and I paid for my three children's college degrees," said Khiami.
The earliest immigrants from the Eastern Mediterranean were generally lumped together under the common rubric of Syrian-Lebanese, and it is consequently difficult to separate the number of ethnic Lebanese immigrants from ethnic Syrian immigrants.
Neither of these countries came into being as nation-states until the mid-twentieth century; thus records and statistics for both groups are generally combined for early immigration patterns.
The influx has put added strain on Lebanon's already frail water, electricity and school networks.
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