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The ruins of what was once a car garage were still visible on the property, but the main attraction was the length of wall running along the property, covered in a rainbow of large graffiti pieces: artists' monikers written in Latin and Arabic lettering interspersed with faces and animal figures.Beirut holds a unique place in the world of graffiti.After Tarabey left Lebanon, Pierre continued the tours on his own, sometimes joined by one of the local graffiti artists."I painted classic Latin graffiti for a couple of years and then switched to experimenting with Arabic graffiti, as it's my mother tongue," he told The Daily Star.As a Lebanese graffiti artist, he said he was pleased to see the tours introducing more people to the history and principles behind the art.
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