18 religions and many religious buildings
The Capuchin cathedral dedicated to Saint Louis is located in central Beirut, within walking distance of the other buildings that dot the Lebanese capital. Erected in 1863, it is located just minutes from the Al Omari. Here the Latin rites are read for foreigners residing in the city, whether permanently or temporarily, as well as Lebanese Christians, who are mostly Maronites. You can visit the interior of the church, but keep in mind that it's closed on some days.