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Scents of Tripoli

Discovering places that have preserved identity in Lebanon offers a sense of belonging. On an early Sunday morning while coming across the quote “the faithful heart does not like to ramble about without a homestead. It needs a fixed spot to return to, it wants its square house,” (“The concept of dwelling: On the way to figurative architecture,” Norberg-Shultz, 1985, pg. 12) in my personal notes, I wondered where this “square-house” might be located in the transformed mega-cities we live in today. – See more at: http://www.lebanontraveler.com/en/magazine/Lebanon-Traveler-Scents-of-Tripoli#sthash.1Bo7FtUi.dpuf

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