Emblems And Banners
The emblem is composed of a rock emerging from the sea, “Rock of Raouche” and a flashing beacon, “Flare of Beirut”. Both are of most prominent features of the city, it symbolizes the will to help and guide the mariners.
The emblem is composed of a Laurel Wreath encircling an illustration that depicts the geographic nature of the region, extending from sea side to coastal plain and reaching a high chain of mountains well known as mount-Lebanon. It symbolizes impregnability, pride and donation.
The emblem is composed of map of the south, symbolizing persistence and adherence to each grain of its soil, a fortress symbolizing resistance and endurance and an eagle a symbol of strength and pride.
The emblem is composed of a Laurel Wreath embracing cedar trees and the castle of Tripoli; two of most important features in the region. A sword in the middle is a denotation of command and two red lines at the bottom signifying the blood of the martyrs with two words "North Region".
The emblem is composed of the six columns of Baalbek castle, ahead of a green mountain symbolizing the fertility nature of Bekaa region and a rising sun at the rear top as a reminder of the ancient name of the city Baalbek “Heliopolis City of the sun”.