A shot of Lebanese occupying the Ring Bridge and the Borj Al Ghazal intersection in what was called “The Airbnb.” There are civilians lounging on couches and mattresses, with cars reinforcing the roadblock in the background. A highly symbolic location, this bridge separated Christian East Beirut and Muslim West Beirut during the Civil War. Its occupation during this revolution aimed to showcase the location as a unifying place for religions, rather than a divider.
Printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper with a matte finish. The paper is coated with a slightly stippled texture giving a very natural finish with subtle color.
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