Paragliding in Lebanon has become a popular sport thanks to the plenty of high-altitude mountains aided by perfect weather wind conditions. For those seeking their first thrill of flying, Harissa offers a panoramic view of Jounieh and a lifetime experience.
I went into a magical trance and into foodie heaven when I first stepped foot in the food markets of Bologna.
The production of marzipan is a tradition in Srafand where these homemade sweets are skillfully made in different shapes and designs, along with a delicious taste.
Handmade statuettes and traditional folkloric dance in Sarafand.
The statue of Saint Hardini carved in white stone stands in Kfifan Monastery.
People visiting the tomb of Saint Nehmeh Estephan in Kfifan Monastery.
A traditional artisan spinning a pottery wheel to produce magnificent pieces of pottery.
A weaver in Zouk Mosbeh skilfully using traditional weaving techniques and materials to produce unique textile pieces.
People walking and shopping in the old souk of Zouk Mosbeh by night.
The glass industry in Sarafand is an important local tradition which continues until this day and is unique in the area. The glass blowing is a surviving craft that requires skillful artisans and delicate work.
Lunch is considered the most important meal in Italy. If you are visiting on vacation, be sure to stop by the local trattoria for an authentic Italian dish!
Zahlé is a red-roofed town beautifully situated on the eastern foothills of Mount Sannine with snow-capped summits. It spreads along both banks of the Berdawni River and is centrally located in the Bekaa Valley. It is also known as "The Bride of the Beqaa" and "The City of Wine and Poetry".
Italian cuisine has been heavily influenced by cultures from all over the world including the ancient Greek and Roman Empires, the Byzantine culture and many others.
The food you should expect at the local trattoria in Bologna is very ordinary (do not expect gourmet food for such low prices), however extremely generous and bountiful.
On holiday in Bologna, or any other Italian city, you would enjoy visiting a trattoria, which usually has no menu and a very casual service. This would be an interesting cultural experience.
The colourful fruit and vegetable stands in the markets of Bologna are a great way to attract customers!
Colorful stained glass window featuring Christian themes in Kfifan Monastery.
I frequently visited the food markets of Bologna while I was in the medieval city. They have such a wide variety of choices!
The principal food markets are the Central Market and the Erbe Market. If you are looking for a place to buy delectable, fresh produce and meats, then these are the places to go!
Torta di riso is one of Bologna’s popular traditional desserts; it is a rice cake which is prepared differently throughout the regions of Italy.
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The tortellini in Bologna is heavenly; the fresh ingredients stuffed inside the golden pasta are truly delectable.
Believers assisting to a procession on Palm Sunday with olive branches and candles in Kfifan Monastery.
Believers assisting to a Maronite Mass in Kfifan Monastery.