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Construction Site, Beirut City Center

Construction Site, Beirut City Center

Construction in Beirut seemed endless in 2011-12 and I believe it still is. It’s a boomtown, and never stops building. Architects are hired from all over the world. Buildings go up fast.

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Archaeological Dig, City Center

Archaeological Dig, City Center

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Saturday Afternoon, Below the Corniche, West Beirut

Saturday Afternoon, Below the Corniche, West Beirut

Old Waterfront

Old Waterfront

Possibly the only remaining segment of the original waterfront in Beirut after redevelopment by Solidere.

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Tsunami Wall

Tsunami Wall

The Tsunami wall, built for hundreds of millions of dollars to protect luxury apartments from a potential tsunami. This replaced about one mile of authentic Beirut Waterfront.

Palestinian Camp

Palestinian Camp

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Women at Cafe Hamra

Women at Cafe Hamra

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Housing for Syrian Construction Workers

Housing for Syrian Construction Workers