The Saint Louis Capuchin is a Latin Catholic church in Downtown Beirut. Built in 1864 by the Capuchin missionaries, it was named in honor of King Louis IX of France; a notable feature is the holy mass cited in French. It was the first monument to be restored after the Lebanese civil war.

Saint Louis Capuchin Church

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    France Street Downtown

     
 

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