In 2006 Anthony Shadid took a leave from covering war in the Middle East for the Washington Post to return to his family’s ancestral seat old Marjayoun, nestled in the hills outside of Beirut. In between marriages, cresting forty, Shadid’s plan was to bring back to life the magnificent home Isber Samara, his great-grand-father, had built over one-hundred years before.
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