Pure Nostalgia

Pure Nostalgia
Publisher : Graphic Shop
Description
The ultimate illustrated geographical tour of the Lebanese capital starts with Beirut International airport and propels you back into the sixties and the seventies of the twentieth century, the golden era of Beirut, with over 3000 awe inspiring pictures spread out over 450 pages. It is an escape down memory lane into those glorious years; an exploration of the daily lives of the crème de la crème and their continuous quest for luxury, entertainment and distinction, written within a spirit of pure nostalgia.

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The Story Behind This Book
The ultimate illustrated geographical tour of the Lebanese capital starts with Beirut International airport and propels you back into the sixties and the seventies of the twentieth century, the golden era of Beirut, with over 3000 awe inspiring pictures spread out over 450 pages. It is an escape down memory lane into those glorious years; an exploration of the daily lives of the crème de la crème and their continuous quest for luxury, entertainment and distinction, written within a spirit of pure nostalgia.


Praise and Reviews
Like a little kid looking forward to open his long awaited gift I was clinging to the book on my way home . The anticipation of the sweet journey into my past was exhilarating judging by the smiling face of the logo of Beirut most famous lost record shop at the corner of the cover. For us who lived that era it is a beautiful memoir into a time less remembered and more adored. For the others it shows a country which lost its stardom but retained its craziness. THANK YOU Imad for a fulfilling travel into time and looking forward to the next journey into more hidden treasures!!!!

Ahmad Zaatari.




 
Imad Kozem
Imad A. Kozem the only child of Adnan and Najwa Kozem was born on June 23, 1966 in Beirut,Lebanon where he was raised and still lives in the Ras Beirut area overlooking the mediter More...