Bayt Beirut (Arabic: بيت بيروت; literally "the house of Beirut") is a project of a museum and urban cultural center that is meant to portray the history of Beirut, with a particular focus on the Lebanese civil war. This project is located in the restored Barakat building, also known as the "Yellow house", a historic landmark designed by Youssef Aftimus. The Barakat house, commissioned by Nicholas Barakat and his wife Victoria, was designed and built in 1924 by Lebanese architect Youssef Aftimus, the architect who designed Beirut's city hall. In 1932 two more stories were added by architect Fouad Kozah, giving the building its current form. More information...

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