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Lebanon Flies Building Materials To Historic Site For Upkeep

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MAYROUBA, LEBANON (RECENT - JUNE 7, 2018) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) CONSERVATION MANAGER AT ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF JABAL MOUSSA, JOELLE BARAKAT, SAYING: "This is the third day in which we are transporting materials to the archaeological 'Byout' site which is inside the reserve, there are no roads leading to this site which contains three houses and a cistern. Those three houses are at least 200 to 300 years old, they are stone houses that represent traditional construction, with every house representing a different era in Lebanese construction history." VARIOUS OF HELICOPTER TRANSPORTING CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT WORKER AND ARMY PERSONNEL PREPARING EQUIPMENT FOR TRANSPORT CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATION OFFICERS (CIMIC) WITH PEOPLE AT RUNWAY SITE ARMY VEST WITH WRITING READING (Arabic/English): "Army, directorate for civil-military cooperation - CIMIC" (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) CONSERVATION MANAGER IN THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF JABAL MOUSSA, JOELLE BARAKAT, SAYING: "I think that the most beautiful thing in Lebanon, when you ask people, is its nature and history, and this is represented on the ground, with concrete things. We cannot keep destroying places, we have to maintain at least some places that represent Lebanon's history and rich nature. Walking within Jabal Moussa, we discover that there are rare plants that don't exist anywhere else in the world but here. We discover archaeological sites that our forefathers built, not just our forefathers, we are finding sites from the Roman and Phoenician times. All of these are within one mountain, and this represents in a way the whole of Mount Lebanon, and even Lebanon as a whole." QEHMEZ, LEBANON (JUNE 19, 2018) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF WOODEN STRUCTURE MARKING RESERVE ENTRANCE FROM QEHMEZ ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF JABAL MOUSSA LOGO / TEXT READING (Arabic/English): "Jabal Moussa'" MCHATI, LEBANON (JUNE 19, 2018) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF TREES IN NATIVE TREE NURSERY (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) FORESTRY COORDINATOR AT ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF JABAL MOUSSA, HABIB DAHER, SAYING: "We belong to this environment, we cannot live without preserving it. In the end, it is true that we may be harming trees and forests but we are the ones most affected by this harm, the environment will survive with or without us, it's either we live in harmony with it or we create problems for ourselves." VARIOUS OF SEEDLINGS QEHMEZ, LEBANON (JUNE 19, 2018) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF PEOPLE WALKING ON TRAIL METALLIC STRUCTURE AROUND RECENTLY PLANTED TREES VARIOUS OF JABAL MOUSSA AREA WITH METALLIC STRUCTURES ENCIRCLING YOUNG PLANTS (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) COMMUNICATION AND ECO-TOURISM MANAGER AT ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF JABAL MOUSSA, CHRISTELLE ABOU CHABKE, SAYING: "We still have this small green area, alongside some other natural reserves in Lebanon. These are the hope for us and for the upcoming generations, to preserve them is important and it's a duty." WOODEN SIGN READING (Arabic/English): "Trail - THE ROMAN STAIRS" PEOPLE WALKING DOWN TRAIL ANCIENT ROMAN SCRIPTURE ON STONE ALONG TRAIL JABAL MOUSSA AREA VARIOUS OF MOUNTAINS AROUND JABAL MOUSSA
Dateline: 2018

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