Cedars of God


The Middle Eastern nation of Lebanon has an association with cedar trees that goes back for eons.  The vast forest that once existed on the slopes of Mt. Lebanon was cited in numerous ancient texts and was one of the key sources for shipbuilding materials in the Mediterranean.  Long since depleted by logging, most of what remains of the ancient forest is confined to the Cedars of God  site near the town of Bsharri.  Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, you can check it out from above in this drone video by AirVuz contributor Christian Atallah.  

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