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Twenty tons of construction material was flown in by helicopter to the Jabal Moussa Biosphere Reserve on the slopes of Mount Lebanon Thursday to prevent the deterioration of an archaeological site at risk of collapse. The heritage rescue operation was carried out by Lebanese Army officers stationed at the Beirut air base in cooperation with the Association for the Protection of Jabal Moussa and the Directorate of Civil-Military Cooperation, according to a statement released by the association.Known as the "houses site," the location consists of three houses abandoned in 1965 .Jabal Moussa is known for its spiritual and historical sites, as well as for its natural environment.
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