Lebanese in Brazil celebrate the 140th anniversary of their immigration


The Lebanese in Brazil are commemorating the 140th anniversary of their immigration to it, after they have become the second largest community in terms of number, with a population more than twice the number of Lebanon’s population, and the festive atmosphere and events have been absent due to the Corona pandemic.

Report: Hassan Massoud | Editing: Sarah Kalo | Cameraman: Ratib El Safadi

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