Bourdj Hammoud Lebanon Today
Bourj Hammoud (or Burj Hammud) (Armenian: ÕŠÕ¸Ö‚Ö€Õ³ Õ€Õ¡Õ´Õ¸Ö‚Õ¿, Arabic: Ø¨Ø±Ø¬ ØÙ…Ùˆïºª) is a suburb in east Beirut, Lebanon in the Metn district. The suburb is heavily populated by Armenians as it is where most survivors of the Armenian Genocide settled. Bourj Hammoud is an industrious area and is one of the most densely-populated cities in the Middle East.
St. Vartan Church
Bourj Hammoud - Arax Street
Bourj Hammoud - Beirut
Jinishian Center Bourj Hammoud Lebanon
Karagheusian Center in Bourdj Hammoud Lebanon
Armenian old people's home in Lebanon
Armenian Genocide Monument. Bikfaya Mount Lebanon
Bourj Hammoud - Armenian Catholic St. Savior (Sourp Pergitch) Church
My favorite Falafel sandwich shop of childhood
I was Born here.
Google Map, click on the map, it is interactive and find your house.
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