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Al Mashriq - the Levant has a number of maps of Lebanon, some relating to the current conflict. Part of the collection is a set of 1:200,000 topographic maps of the country, both in Arabic and in English. Images are viewable on screen but cannot be saved, unfortunately. Other maps in the collection include a pdf map of the Israeli air strikes, 1:500,000 maps of Beriut from the 1960s, and a map showing the Israeli occupation zone of 1998. Google Earth files showing Israeli airfields and air strikes are also available.

Thanks to Manuel.

See also Israel - Lebanon Maps 1 and 2.

3 Responses to “Lebanon Maps”

  1. Anonymous Anonymous 

    Of course you can save the sheets of the map. I did it.


  2. Anonymous Anonymous 

    How much can we really trust the accuracy of a map of "Israeli air strikes" when the map has plainly labeled "Occupied Palestine" for the source of the air strikes?

  3. Anonymous Anonymous 

    You`re right.

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