Beirut, Lebanon (19th century)

Beirut, the Lebanese capital, a city situated along the Mediterranean coast, is the most important seaport in the country. Artifacts from the Middle Paleolithic to the Bronze Age were collected during archaeological researches at the site.

Beirute, capital do Líbano, cidade situada junto à costa mediterrânica, é o principal porto de mar do país. Nas pesquizas arqueológicas efetuadas no local recolheram artefactos provenientes do Paleolítico médio à Idade do Bronze.

Jules-Louis-Philippe Coignet (1798-1860)-'view of Beirut'-oil on paper laid down on canvas   New York-Metropolitan Museum of Art

Leander Russ (1809-1864)-'Beirut harbour'-watercolor on Paper-1842   Wien-Graphische Sammlung Albertina

Richard Dadd (1817-1880)-'the corn market, Beirut-oil on canvas

Vasily Dmitrievich Polenov (1844-1927)-'Beirut'-oil on canvas-1882   Moscow-Tretyakov Gallery

Pierre Henri Théodore Tetar van Elven (1828-1908)-'a street scene, Beirut'-oil on canvas

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