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Evangelical Church

Rue de l'Eglise Evangelique | Downtown, Beirut, Lebanon
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Nice reconstruction

Tried to match what it looked like beforehand. Original bell tower still stands. Original... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2013
Irongate69
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Beirut, Lebanon
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Originally built in 1869 by Evangelical Anglo-American Missionaries on the site of an Ottoman-period girls' school, the National Evangelical Church was the earliest Protestant church to operate in Arabic. The Evangelical Anglo-American Missionaries first arrived in Lebanon in 1848 and proceeded two decades later to build this church. It is located on a high hill in downtown Beirut, near le Grand Sérail, and its clock tower is visible from other parts of Beirut.
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15 Mar 2013
“Nice reconstruction”
16 Jun 2016
“Интересная архитектура”
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Rue de l'Eglise Evangelique | Downtown, Beirut, Lebanon
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Reviewed 15 March 2013

Tried to match what it looked like beforehand. Original bell tower still stands. Original inscriptions and dedications are still preserved. The courtyard outside the church is nicely done. I was so happy to see it as close to what it used to be as possible.

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