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Lebanese Flag1130 views
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el-Khazen House View1124 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



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Papers giving the permission in 1750 for the maronite clergy to use Bkerke1123 viewsPapers showing that Cheikh Khazen el Khazen and Cheikh Jneid el Khazen from the branch of Cheikh Khattar el Khazen (son of Consul Cheikh Fayad abou Kanso el Khazen) gave the permission for the Maronite Clergy to use Bkerke.
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Passage en revue garde a Bkerke 25 11 20061122 views
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Cheikh Abou Kansou el Khazen1117 viewsConsul de France
Cheikh Abou Kansou el Khazen
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Courtyard in a house owned by a branch of the el Khazen family1115 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


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Mar Mekhail Church1112 viewsthis is the church of the el Khazen family governor of Bilad Jbeil in their fief's seat Saqi Rechmaya
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Obseques Talal A Rassi le 31 aout 2006, cheikh wadih el khazen representing the president1111 views
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The Maronite Bishop sent coffee in 1792 to the el Khazen family1104 viewsThe Maronite Bishop sent coffee in 1792 to the el Khazen family. In the 18th and 19th centuries, coffee was scarce and expensive unlike nowadays where it can be found in many households.
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Genealogical Tree1103 views
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Entrance of Maameltein1101 views
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House of Cheikh Jean-Philippe el Khazen1096 viewsThis house is built by Cheikh Milan el Khazen 200 years ago and renovated by Cheikh Jean-Philippe el Khazen.
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