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According to shoppingpicks, January in Lebanon is characterized by mild temperatures, ranging from 10-15°C during the day and dropping to 5-10°C at night. Humidity levels tend to be high, with the average around 80%. Rainfall is common in January, and thunderstorms can occur on some days. February sees a slight increase in temperature to 12-17°C during the day and 7-12°C at night. Humidity levels remain high, with an average of around 85%. Rainfall is still common but thunderstorms are less frequent than in January. March sees a further increase in temperature to 15-20°C during the day and 10-15°C at night, with humidity remaining around 85%. April marks the start of spring in Lebanon and temperatures rise significantly, reaching 20-25°C by the end of the month. Heavy rainfall is common during this time as well as occasional thunderstorms. May sees temperatures rising further to 25-30°C during the day and 15-20°C at night, with humidity levels remaining high at around 90%. Lebanon has a Mediterranean climate. Summers are warm and dry. On the coast in the west, the mercury in July is just above 30°C during the day. Inland it is still a few degrees warmer. Most precipitation falls between November and March. It is especially wet on the coast. The mercury averages around 15°C in winter. The best time to visit Lebanon is in spring and early autumn. Check areacodesexplorer for Lebanon History.

Lebanon Society

Lebanon is a small country located in the Middle East, bordered by Syria to the north and Israel to the south. It has a population of around 6 million people and is home to a diverse mix of religious groups including Sunni and Shia Muslims, Maronite Christians, Druze and others. The country is known for… Read More »

Lebanon Geography and Population

Lebanon – geography Despite its limited extent, approximately 60 km wide and 210 km long, Lebanon has large natural geographical differences. Two mountain ranges, Lebanon and Antillibanon, divide the country lengthwise, parallel to the coast. The highest reaches the mountains within the coast between Beirut and Tripoli. To the west lies a fertile coastal strip,… Read More »

Lebanon Basic Information

Basic data Capital Beirut Population million (including Syrian and Palestinian refugees) Language the official language is Arabic, commonly English and French Religion Christians (34%), Muslims (61%). Druze (5%) State system parliamentary republic Head of State Michel Aoun – President Head of government Najib Mikati Currency name Lebanese pound – LBP Travel Time shift + 1… Read More »

Lebanon Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Lebanon has been experiencing one of the world’s worst economic and financial crises since the fall of 2019, the only solution to which is the adoption of painful structural economic reforms. The devastating explosion at the port of Beirut in… Read More »

Lebanon Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Lebanon Citizens of Russia do not need to apply for a visa in advance to enter Lebanon for up to 30 days. It is issued at the airport upon arrival or at any border point in Lebanon. You must have a passport with a validity of at least 6… Read More »

History in Lebanon

The results of archaeological excavations in Lebanon prove that already from the 8th millennium BC. fishing tribes lived in this part of the Mediterranean coast. In 4-1 millennia BC. the Phoenician trading city-states flourished here: Tyre (modern Sur), Sidon (modern Saida), Berytus (modern Beirut) and Byblos or Byblos (modern Jubail). The favorable geographical position of… Read More »

Lebanon Resorts and Attractions

Lebanon is a small state with a mountainous relief, located in the Middle East. Shared borders with Syria in the east and north, bordering Israel. According to smb, the capital is Beirut. Currency – Lebanese pound. The official language is Arabic. Religion – Christianity. The climate in the country is Mediterranean – cool in winter… Read More »

Lebanon History

The birth of the state Mountainous and impervious, the current Lebanon was from ancient times not very accessible to the control of the political authorities of the area. After the Arab conquest, it was partially Islamized, while remaining the seat of important Christian communities; its relative isolation also made it a valuable refuge for ethnic… Read More »

Landmarks of Lebanon

According to ehotelat, the capital of Lebanon, Beirut, is one of the oldest and most interesting cities in the Mediterranean, the “Paris of the Middle East”, as it was once called. Today, Beirut is the financial and banking center not only of Lebanon, but of the entire Middle East. The territory on which the city… Read More »

Lebanon State Facts

  CAPITAL Beirut STATE STRUCTURE Parliamentary republic INTERNAL DIVISION Lebanon is divided into 6 governorates or provinces, which in turn are divided into 25 districts. The regions are divided into districts. SQUARE 10,452 km² CLIMATE mediterranean climate OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Arabic language CURRENCY Lebanese pound POPULATION 4.5 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION Arabs (95%), Greeks, Armenians, etc. RELIGION… Read More »

Tire Ruins (World Heritage)

Tire, today’s Sur, is one of the oldest cities in the Mediterranean. It was already in the 2nd millennium BC. An important trading town. Their wealth was based on the trade in cedar and purple in ancient times. Phoenician city walls are still preserved today, but most of the ruins date from Roman times, such… Read More »

Byblos Ruins (World Heritage)

The Phoenician port city is one of the oldest cities in Lebanon. Traces of settlement go back to the 5th millennium BC. The most important monuments include the ruins of the Baalat Gebal Temple (2700 BC) and the Obelisk Temple (1900–1600 BC), numerous royal tombs (around 1800 BC) and the tomb of Ahiram, a theater… Read More »

Baalbek Ruins (World Heritage)

According to cheeroutdoor, the ruins are located northeast of Beirut. The cult site of the sun god Baal was expanded into a magnificent Jupiter sanctuary in Roman times and became one of the largest temples in the Roman Empire. The individual temples were able to compete with those on the Acropolis due to their monumentality… Read More »

Anjar Ruins (World Heritage)

The ruins of the Umayyad city of Anjar near Beirut date back to the 8th century. Caliph Walid I (705-715) had a splendid summer residence built here. With its square floor plan, it is influenced by Roman city architecture. The buildings themselves, the palaces and the mosque, on the other hand, follow regional patterns. Anjar… Read More »