People hold on to the memory of their cities, and vice versa. Post-war, modern Beirut and its people have lost its anchors in an oblivious relationship. Vacant luxury stores and overpriced, unoccupied apartments have made the rebuilt city a costly monument of vanity, commodified heritage, and social-delusion.
Mounir Maasri, Camile Salameh, Rudy Ghafari
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