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House of Lebanon

San Diego, California USA


Welcome to House of Lebanon

The House of Lebanon in San Diego is an all-volunteer organization that provides social and educational programs to preserve Lebanese Culture, Customs, Traditions, and Language for future generations. 



About Lebanon

From 1516 to 1918, Lebanon was under the administrative rule and political sovereignty of the Ottoman Empire. In 1920, the territory defined by the present-day boundaries became a state called “Grand –Liban” (Great Lebanon) by decree of General Gouraud, head of the French troops in the Levant. The state remained under the French Mandate until November 26, 1941. A constitution was adopted on May 25, 1926, establishing a democratic republic with a parliamentary system of government.

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Membership & Donations

 House of Lebanon Organization is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Any contributions to our organization are deductible under section 170 of the Code.

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