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Capuchin Saint Louis Church

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Downtown, Beirut district

Capuchin St. Louis Church is a Latin Catholic Church in downtown Beirut. Built in 1864 and inaugurated in 1868, it is noted for its sandstone facades, rose-colored wooden windows, and its new towering campanile. During the war, the church was burned and shelled several times, and restoration was completed in 2002. The church is just north of the Grand Serail, also known as the Government Palace, and the Council of Reconstruction and Development.