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Gibran’s is a writer and painter, he’s most known for the book “The Prophet”. In his museum are all his collection of paintings, writings, the tools he uses to write, paints etc. The entrance fee is 8,000 LBP ($2.60) and children under 10 are free....More
From the prophecy of gebran Khalil gebran, to his reality, here you can find everything you even dreamed of seeing about an amazing character, his life and death, paintings, the things he used when he was alive, letters with his own handwriting and even... His...More
This is a small museum founded by Gibran's widow. He is most famous for his writing, "The Prophet". The museum is mostly his art work that is in my opinion not his strength.
Worth a visit only if you know what you are going to...More
This place is named in the Ghilgames ( the King who refused to die) poem, famous by;1.The Cedars of the God;2. mysterious Baalbeck with its enigmatical,magnificent constructions and the biggest stone in the world ( 1000 t, 21.5x4,8 m x 4,2m);3. Byblos-the ancient cultural city,...More
Khalil Gibran is Lebanon’s greatest writer. His most noteworthy work, The Prophet, has been translated into some fifty languages. His museum, however, is largely dedicated to his paintings. Most of his portfolio is composed of female nudes. I did not like them very much, the...More
It is a small museum, but nice and well designed. It contains sample of his work including paintings. It also contains samples of his own furniture. The route to reach to the museum is beautiful. There is a little cafe opposite to the entrance but...More
The Khalil Gibran Museum is located in a small town called: Bcharré in Northern Lebanon which is about 120 km. from Beirut. The drive from Beirut is a really scenic and picturesque journey as you travel from Beirut along the Mediterranean Coast and then as...More
It is not my favourite type of painting, so I cannot give such a high rating. All the locals told us to go there, and since there was some time left, we went.
Some rooms are a bit desorganized (the numbers on the paintings do...More
I didn't know that Khalil Gibran also painted and this museum has quite a good collection of his paintings. On the other hand though it is a bit disorganized with the numbers under the paintings disorganized so it's difficult to follow the names. Otherwise though...More