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Celebrating tradition and the old way of doing things has become something of a tradition in itself, as the Nights of the Old Souk return for its 20th outing at the Ottoman-era souk in Zouk Mikael.This year the Old Souk has combined with Lebanon's latest market sensation, the foodie lovers' Souk El Akel, bringing four days of culinary delights, live music and traditional crafts to the town.With two years left in the three-year project, markets such as Souk El Akel are a great way to promote SOFAIR's objectives, and of course, for people to try the "tasty, natura and delicious" products, she said.Hailing from Sarafand in the south, her family has been coming to Zouk Mikael's Old Souk for the last 20 years.Sold across the world, Morus – Latin for the Mulberry Tree – has a showroom in another old souk, at Baabda and like many of the other products on display at the Zouk Mikael's Old Souk is available via La Maison de l'Artisan. For those interested in sampling the foods and witnessing some of the old techniques, the Nights of the Old Souk will be running in Zouk Mikael from 7 p.m. till Midnight through Aug. 23 .
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