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  • "Arz el Rab" The Cedars of God or the "Cedars of the Lord") are among the last surviving forests of the Cedars of Lebanon. Once the plains of Lebanon were shaded by thick cedar forests, so it is no coincidence that the tree is the symbol of the entire country. Their timber was pillaged by the Assyrians, Babylonians and Persians as well as the Phoenicians. The wood was highly prized by the Egyptians for shipbuilding; Solomon used them for the First Temple in Jerusalem and the Ottoman Empire wasted the cedars in their railway construction.We walked along the paths of this divine place, in awe of where we were, the magnificent Cedars ( some of which are over 1000 years old. Some of the trees have died but they have been made into the most beautiful works of art. Seeing them will make you think of some of the worlds great sculpturesIf you can you must not miss to view the beauty of this forest at sunset. The fragrance of the cedar woods, along with the fact that you are here siting or standing watching the sun setting behind the cedars and the forest, will be a time of peace and tranquility you will never forget."Arz el Rab" The Cedars of God or the "Cedars of the Lord") are among the last surviving forests of the Cedars of Lebanon. Once the plains of Lebanon were shaded by thick cedar forests, so it is no coincidence that the tree is the symbol of the entire country. Their timber was pillaged by the Assyrians, Babylonians and Persians as well as the Phoenicians. The wood was highly prized by the Egyptians for shipbuilding, Solomon used them for the First Temple in Jerusalem and the Ottoman Empire wasted the cedars in their railway construction.We walked along the paths of this divine place, in awe of where we were, and the magnificence of the Cedars. ( some of which are over 1000 years old). Some of the trees have died, but they have been made into the most beautiful works of art. Seeing them will make you think of some of the worlds great sculpturesIf you can, you must not miss to view the beauty of this forest at sunset. The fragrance of the cedar woods, along with the fact that you are here sitting or standing watching the sun setting behind the cedars of the forest, will be a time of peace and tranquility you will never forget.I'm sorry but it's hard to express in words what we felt as we stood watching the sun set. This is one place that I will return to, and I didn't need to throw a coin in a fountain either. Don't forget the lovely little village of Bcharre.
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