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St. Louis Cathedral, Beirut

St. Louis Cathedral, Beirut

St. Louis Cathedral, also known as Saint Louis Capuchin Cathedral, is a a Latin Catholic cathedral located in Beirut, Lebanon. It was built in 1864 by the Capuchin missionaries, and was named after King Louis IX of France. The cathedral was badly damaged during the Lebanese civil war, and it was later restored and reopened in 2000.

Site Information

Country: Lebanon

District: Beirut Governorate

Category: Churches and Monasteries

Site History: 19th Century AD

Oldest Culture: Christian

Later Cultures: Christian

Site Features: Christian Monuments

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