Graffiti in Beirut is anything but rare.

We often see the walls of Lebanon adorned with masterpieces, names, campaigns, and—most commonly—crude language. Yet when the occasional work of art catches your eye, it's absolutely mesmerizing.

Take for example these photos, taken by @dina_khalife in Bourj Hammoud. They show a series of painted stamps— eight in total—depicting beautiful places in Lebanon. Though they appear quite old, the handpainted designs are still very much intact, and offer a unique take on the many forms of Lebanese "graffiti". And this form is like something out of a storybook.

Spotted: Beautiful Street Art in Bourj Hammoud
 

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