Walk the line: Beirut’s wartime demarcation line is now a cultural pathway

Walk the line: Beirut’s wartime demarcation line is now a cultural pathway

Once a physical representation of Lebanon’s divisions, Beirut’s wartime demarcation line was an overgrown wasteland of shredded buildings and shattered dreams. Now the line, which runs from the city centre to the National Museum, has become a place of encounter and exchange, where a string of museums is erasing old boundaries, knitting the city together.

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