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Asi l Hadath Lebanon – History of a Grotto

The book was published by Phoenix Center for Lebanese studies, university of USEK, 2011. The book has 316 pages with English and Arabic text. Its content includes photos of the …

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Houwet Baskinta Sinkhole

Newly discovered sinkhole located in Baskinta village; depth of 150m was reached, but the end of the extension of the sinkhole is not achieved yet and exploration is going on …

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Middle East Speleology Symposium

Third Middle East Speleology symposium (MESS3) Location: Holy-Spirit University of Kaslik. From 23 till 25 September 2011. This symposium tackles speleological, geological, hydro-geological, environmental, touristic, archaeological – scientific and sports …

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Chir Annahleh Cave

سنة 2010 استكشفت الجمعيّة مجموعة من المغاور في وادي قاديشا، منها مغارة نبع شير النحلة الواقعة الى الغرب من دير قنّوبين.

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Mar Barsaum Monastery – Symposium

Participation in Syriac Studies Symposium, Toronto, Canada. Please refer to the Publications Section Mar Barsaum (Eng) or Mar Barsaum (Fr).

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Zallaya Fortified Cave

Please refer to the publications section Zellaya.

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Sgar – Fortified Cave

Located in Batrun heights near the village of Ain Kfaa. Some of the architectural features of the site are relatively preserved mainly the apse of a small chapel, the foundation …

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Mar Barsaum Monastery – Turkey – 2000

The GERSL carried out a series of field trips to the Kapli Dag mountains in Turkey with the purpose to rediscover Mar Barsaum Monastery located on a hill-top in 2000 …

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Qadisha World Heritage Site

The discoveries and the explorations carried out by the GERSL contributed directly to increase awareness on the natural & cultural heritage of caves in Lebanon; most importantly, the GERSL undertook …

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Mgharet l Hamam – Rupestrian Shelter

This Rupestrian shelter is one of the most inaccessible and technically quasi impossible; located in a cliff of 175 meters under a overhang of 20 meters. After series of failed …

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