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Cedar Forest | by Hani London
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Cedar Forest

The Cedrus libani forest community represents about 25% of the remaining cedar forests in Lebanon and is thus significant at the national level. Al-Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve represents around 550 km² of Lebanese territory. It forms the southern limit of Cedrus libani. The highest peak on the range at 1980 meters. The reserve makes up 5 percent of the entire territory of the country and 70 percent of Lebanon's green area.

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Taken on August 12, 2011