August 8th, 2011
08:34 PM GMT
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After fifteen years of civil war, large parts of Beirut were reduced to rubble.

Many of the city's historic and traditional buildings were among those destroyed. Now, the buildings that did survive could get knocked down as part of the city's rebuilding.

Future Cities talks to one woman about her battle to save Beirut's heritage.



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  1. Adilson Passos

    Good day Mr. Quest,
    My name is Adilson Passos, i´m from Angola (a southern African country), i´m a very fan of your´s, i like a lot the way you present your program.
    I would like to see you talking on tv about the Angola economic growth, what´s your view on that?, do you think that it is a "healthy growth"? do you think that Angola it is the best country in Africa at the moment for FDI´s to invest, besides South Africa and Nigeria?

    Best Regards.

    August 10, 2011 at 2:37 pm |
  2. icon set

    What charming phrase

    September 22, 2012 at 1:58 am |

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