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Over 500 people gathered to kick off the annual Ramadaniyat Beirutiya at the Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure Center, a four-day festival hosted by the Makhzoumi Foundation to mark the holy month.The festival aims to revive, promote and maintain Ramadan traditions and culture and highlight the virtues of Islam.Various political and religious figures, as well as bloggers, socialites and celebrities were at hand to launch the festivities Tuesday evening. With breathtaking decor resembling the downtown of prewar Beirut and various forms of entertainment on offer, Ramadaniyat Beirutiya will bring together individuals of different backgrounds under one roof.A Spanish band performed on July 1, while Turkish harpist Sirin Pancaroglu amused the audience.On the final day, Indonesian Marawis Musical will be performing at 9 p.m. and the audience will also get to watch the traditional Reog Ponorogo dance.
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