Dog River in Lebanon is 31 kilometers long, springing from the majestic Jeita Grotto and flowing all the way to the mighty Mediterranean Sea. It is better known to locals as the Nahr al-Kalb. This body of flowing water has seen the passing of time. It has supported life since the Paleolithic era, allowing the earliest settlers to flourish in agriculture and enjoy abundant yields.
Great men of history and foreign invaders have marched along the banks and shores. Some of them have carved inscriptions on the walls and rocks above the river that now serve as proof of their presence and expeditions. [Read more…]