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Patriarch Toubiah el Khazen.JPG
Patriarch Toubia Kaiss el Khazen868 viewsPatriarch Toubia Kaiss el Khazen. He was elected on February 28th, 1756 and he died on May 19th, 1766.
Patriarch Toubia Kaiss el Khazen
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Cheikh Jean Philippe el Khazen in Normandie868 views
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Patriarch Youssef Raji el Khazen863 viewsPatriarch Youssef Raji el Khazen was elected on August 18th, 1845, and passed away on the 3rd of November, 1854.
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Cheikh Wadih el Khazen in company of May Arida863 views
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Khazen house entry gate862 viewsThis house ornated with orchads is in a village right below Jaj called Saqi Rechmaya - This village is one of the very few stand of Lebanese Cedars other than the main stand in the North and the stand of arz el barouk. . Currently, it is a few hours away from the city unfortunatly it is not accessible by tourists. el Khazen came to Jaj around 1500 and then moved to Keserwan
Pic Wadih with Sfeir Arrival Bkerke.JPG
Cheikh Wadih el Khazen In company of his eminence Patriarch Sfeir858 views
Pic meeting Wadih ministry of Tourism.JPG
Cheikh Wadih el Khazen in a meeting in the ministry of tourism857 views
Pic Wadih in mass St George repres Pres Lahoud.JPG
Cheikh Wadih el Khazen in mass St George representing President Lahoud850 views
Wadih Pic with Mufti Mohamed Rachid Kabbani 09 Nov 2005.jpg
Cheikh Wadih el Khazen in company of His Excellency Mufti Mohamed Rachid Kabbani849 views
Wadih with Metropoilte Elias Audeh.JPG
Cheikh Wadih el Khazen in company of His Eminence Metropolite Elias Audeh847 views
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Apple Orchards, Ghosta - Ajaltoun Keserouan844 views
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el Khazen House winter Arez Jaj844 viewsThis house ornated with orchads is in a village right below Jaj called Saqi Rechmaya - This village is the only stand of Lebanese Cedars other than the main stand in the North. Currently, it is a few hours away from the city unfortunatly it is not accessible by tourists. el Khazen came to Jaj around 1500 and then moved to Keserwan
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