Urbex in Beirut
ArchitectureNow • Documentary, 01-Dec-2021
In Beirut, passionate conservationists from different backgrounds are squaring up to inaction from the government and over zealous developers to protect important cultural sites and their immeasurable historical wealth.
Among the people trying to preserve Beirut’s buildings and historical spaces are Urbexers, a community of urban photographers that through pictures posted on social networks try to raise public awareness of the existence of these places and their abandonment to neglect.
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