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Blown Glass Hand Craft

  • Blown Glass Hand Craft

    Blown Glass Hand Craft

    Sarafande, Saida, South Lebanon

    The glass shop presents a riot of color, shapes, sizes and objects.

    From the decorative bubbles, to tumblers, wine and water glasses,

    pitchers, vases....Sarafand was once an important center of industry

    of glass and porcelain production, and the tradition of glass blowing.

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  • Blown Glass Hand Craft

    Sarafande, Saida, South Lebanon

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    Lebanon’s historic southern city is well known for its impressive ruins and long stretch of sandy beach, but there is so much more to see. LT reveals five alternative things to do in the Tyre region this summer

    1. Glass blowing heritage

    On your way down South, make a stop at the ancient town of Sarafand, located about halfway on the road between Saida and Tyre. Archeological excavations in Sarafand, show the town was once an important center of industry with evidence of glass and porcelain production, and the tradition of glass blowing continuing to this day. And right next to the remains of old pottery kilns and workshops is the Sarafand Glass Factory (03 906091, Sarafand) of the Khalife family – where father, brother, son and daughter still produce blown-glass items today.

    By: lebanon Traveler