An architectural school in the southern Lebanese city of Medisaba has released a guide to its medieval heritage.
The guide, entitled The MediSabah Architecture and Design School, says it has found inspiration in the work of Ottoman and Byzantine architects.
It says the style was the result of Ottoman Islamic rulers and their desire to be in touch with their local culture and history.
Medisabahs heritage was destroyed by Israeli forces in 1979.
But the school says it is continuing to work with the local community to preserve its heritage.