A band plays music at Zaytouna Bay in downtown Beirut as part of the "love live Lebanon"campaign sponsored by the Tourism Ministry to promote the sector.
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"Live Love Lebanon," the Tourism Ministry's campaign aimed at boosting visitors to the country, is proving a hit with the Lebanese, with the hash tag now trending on Twitter.The campaign, launched earlier this month during the Dubai Universal Travel and Tourism Fair and then again last week in Beirut, seeks to challenge the image of Lebanon as tied to the Syrian crisis, which has caused a major decline in the country's tourism sector over the last three years. The promotion is a guide to Lebanon's most prominent touristic sites and includes different programs and packages for various Lebanese regions on the campaign's website www.livelovelebanon.com.
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