Beirut, the city that never sleeps
Capital and largest city of Lebanon, Beirut is a city that never sleeps. Many faces are given to this Muse, inspiring poems, songs and arts. Eclectic architecture, a mix between modern and old buildings, the city has a sundry soul.Located on a peninsula at the center of the country’s coast, Beirut is the main seaport in Lebanon. Beirut reflects Lebanon’s culture in a heightened way. Being the capital, it attracts people from all over the country. A political and economic hub, Beirut holds the Parliament and most of the government’s entities. Countless banks and businesses have their headquarters in its Central District, Hamra Street, Rue Verdun and Ashrafieh. The cultural landscape of the city is going through a vital restoration after the damaging Civil War.