Lebanon is a country located in Asia with its capital and largest city being Beirut. Officially known as the Republic of Lebanon, the country was founded on September 1, 1920. Lebanon uses the Lebanese pound as its currency.
Lebanon is a founding member of the Arab League and the United Nations. In addition to its political presence, the country has also contributed to the cinematography industry. A notable creative work in this industry is the film "Lebanon," which is directed by Samuel Maoz and features key people such as Oshri Cohen and Michael Moshonov. The film falls into the genres of war and drama.