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Believe in Lebanon: New record in largest underwater photo exhibition.

NNA - "Lebanon has re-entered the Guinness Book of Records for the largest underwater photo exhibition by setting up 137 works of art depicting underwater life in the Jounieh area at a depth of 37 meters," the 'Believe in Lebanon' Association said in a statement this Tuesday.

The exhibition represents a "Message from Underwater" to be seen by amateur scuba divers.

The initiative was considered as a "remarkable global achievement for Lebanon" and the association, headed by Colette Haddad, adopted the United Nations' goal 14 on "Underwater Life". It also cooperated with the United Nations Information Center in Beirut and a number of diving clubs led by the Octopus team Club and a large number of artists to complete this work, "which carries a message and a cry to preserve water and its sources as well as underwater life in Lebanon."


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Date:Nov 28, 2018
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