- published: 10 Dec 2008
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driving along the waterfront highway in Tripoli, Libya
Tripoli is the largest city in northern Lebanon and the second-largest city in the country. Situated 85 km north of the capital Beirut, it is the capital of the North Governorate and the Tripoli District. Video by F.halawani 2013 (c) Photos: from Tripoli in black & white & in color archive including others Fore more photos, follow us at Facebook :Tripoli in black & white | طرابلس بالأبيض والأسود
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The railway had been constructed by Australian Railway Construction and Maintenance Group. On the 20th December 1942, General Sir Harold R L G Alexander, KCB, CSI, DSO, MC, Commander in Chief Middle East, opened the railway between Beirut and Tripoli at Dog River Gorge (Nahr-el-Kelb), Lebanon, thus completing the last link in the Cairo-London line. Other identified personnel M Alfred Naccahe, President of the Lebanon Republic; Major General Sir Edward Spears, KBE, CB, MC British Minister to the Republics of Syria and Lebanon. See also photographs 050076 to 050107 & RAE report in Official Records series AWM 52 item 5/34/2.
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ELEGANT custom built, SAILBOAT WATERFRONT home in deed restricted BURNT STORE ISLES-with access to CHARLOTTE HARBOR, THE GULF OF MEXICO & beyond. This home was designed with attention to the minutest detail and it shows from the moment you reach the paved CIRCULAR DRIVEWAY. The Majestic Front Doors open into the foyer and living room with its TRIPLE TRAY CEILING with CONCEALED LIGHTING & WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE.The TRIPLE SLIDING GLASS DOORS open out to the LANAI WITH PAVERS, complete with HEATED POOL/SPA & SUMMER KITCHEN, with a VIEW OF THE INTERSECTING CANALS AND WIDE TURNING BASIN. The DINING ROOM with its DOUBLE TRAY CEILING & EXQUISITE CHANDELIER, has a built in WINE RACK & WET BAR with all WOOD CABINETS. The Kitchen with PANTRY and built in appliances has a BREWMASTER fan, WARMER DRA...
Marcopolis.net Video Interview with Anas M. Tarsin, General Manager of Al Waddan Hotel Tripoli, also available here http://www.marcopolis.net/al-waddan-hotel-in-tripoli-presenting-the-oldest-hotel-in-libya-1308.htm Al Waddan Hotel in Tripoli was was built in the 1930s which makes it the oldest hotel in Libya. "Libya held a Grand Prix in the 1930s, but when people came from Europe and the west they had no place to stay and so Al Waddan Hotel and Casino was built," recounts Anas M. Tarsin, General Manager of Al Waddan Hotel Tripoli. To read the full transcript of the MarcoPolis interview with Anas M. Tarsin, General Manager of Al Waddan Hotel Tripoli, visit Marcopolis.net http://www.marcopolis.net/exclusive-interview-with-the-leading-hotel-in-libya-al-waddan-hotel-tripoli-1208.htm
Aménagement du front de mer et réhabilitation du port de Tobrouk.
Do Lebanon’s coastal cities really embrace the sea that they border, or do they turn their back to it? Downtown’s waterfront, Tripoli’s Mina, ATCL Jounieh, Dbayeh’s Marina, Jbeil, Raouche, Saida... These coastal promenades are some of the most frequented sites in the country. Wether it is for jogging, bicycling, fishing, swimming or just hanging out, they are popular public places that bring together citizens from every background in all their diversities. “Behind the Sea” sets up four to five 2mx1m mirror panels facing the sea. They are disposed with altered angles so as to reflect what’s behind - from buildings to passers-by to politicians portraits - the entire visual environment of the space. The resulting photographs form a mix of these various images, to reflect much of the cultura...