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In everyday life many people actually speak some combination of these languages.
The most common combination is the Arabic-French one. It is known for its quality and moisturising characteristics.
Byblos or Jbeil, as it is known today, is at least 7000 years old. The Arabic spoken in this country belongs to the group of dialects known as Levantine Arabic.
Phoenicians used to believe that the city was founded by the god El. French, Armenian, Greek and English are spoken too.
Typical holiday dishes are turkey, roast duck, "Tabbouleh" (in Levantine Arabic "little spicy"), chicken with rice, boiled wheat ("bulgur") mixed with meat, "Baklava" (a cake made with honey and nuts) and "Bûche de Noël" (Christmas cake shaped like a log).
Tabbouleh is a delicious salad made with finely chopped parsley, bulgur, spring onion, olive oil, black pepper, lemon juice and different spices.
As sign of joy people throw petals and rice on the bride and groom.The cutlery is made of gold, silver and other precious metals. People use palm leaves, agarwood (oud) and other materials to make furniture, hats, mats and baskets.Places famous for such objects are Aaakkar and Aamchit. Lebanese wedding can last for up to three consecutive days. Nowadays this term means wedding celebration in general.Enfeh (Anfeh) is a small coastal town in the north of Lebanon. It is famous for its high quality salt harvested from the Mediterranean Sea. Salt scented with various oils can be bought in sachets. Wedding engagements in Lebanon are usually organized in the bride's home. The wedding starts with two parties – one in groom's home and one in bride's home. Classical Lebanese belly dancing is often performed at the wedding reception.
With the arrival of groom to bride's home the third party starts. It symbolizes transformation of the bride into a sensual woman. These white butter cookies symbolize bride's purity. When the bride and groom are leaving the bride's home women gathered there give them blessings.
About 10 million Lebanese people live outside Lebanon.