From the best of what has happened in Lebanon during this past week, from the Lebanese borders between Israel (Occupied Palestine) to Syria, with of course some amazing photos taken during Adha.

Welcome to a new post by POW, where the most beautiful photos meet in one place to please your eyes.

Three teenagers in Hasbayah eating icecream during the Adha Eid. (Ali Allouch / Almodon)
Three teenagers in Hasbayah eating ice-cream during the Adha Eid. (Ali Allouch / Almodon)
Co-Founder and board member of animals right group Animals Lebanon, Safa Hojeij, pets one of the two rescued hyenas in Aley. Max and Val, the brother and sister pair of Hyenas are being kept in Aley after they were rescued by Animals Lebanon and will soon be sent to a sanctuary in France. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
Co-Founder and board member of animals right group Animals Lebanon, Safa Hojeij, pets one of the two rescued hyenas in Aley. Max and Val, the brother and sister pair of Hyenas are being kept in Aley after they were rescued by Animals Lebanon and will soon be sent to a sanctuary in France. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
An Israeli soldier stands guard at a check point near the Lebanese-Israeli border, southern Lebanon. An attack by Hezbollah on Lebanon's border with Israel which wounded two Israeli soldiers was a message that the group remained ready to confront its old foe despite its engagement in Syria's civil war, the group's deputy leader said. The soldiers were wounded by a bomb planted by Lebanese Hezbollah fighters in the Shebaa hills, drawing Israeli artillery fire in response. It was the first time Hezbollah has claimed responsibility for an attack against the Israeli army since 2006, when the two sides fought a 33-day war. (Baz Ratner / REUTERS)
An Israeli soldier stands guard at a check point near the Lebanese-Israeli border, southern Lebanon. An attack by Hezbollah on Lebanon’s border with Israel which wounded two Israeli soldiers was a message that the group remained ready to confront its old foe despite its engagement in Syria’s civil war, the group’s deputy leader said. The soldiers were wounded by a bomb planted by Lebanese Hezbollah fighters in the Shebaa hills, drawing Israeli artillery fire in response. It was the first time Hezbollah has claimed responsibility for an attack against the Israeli army since 2006, when the two sides fought a 33-day war. (Baz Ratner / REUTERS)
Lebanon's Hezbollah members carry the coffins of two of their comrades, who were killed in clashes with fighters from the Nusra Front in eastern Lebanon, during their funeral in Baalbek, in the Bekaa valley. Ten fighters from Lebanon's Shi'ite Hezbollah group were killed in clashes with fighters from al-Qaeda's Syrian wing in eastern Lebanon on Sunday, a source close to the group said on Monday. The Qaeda fighters, who see Hezbollah as among their chief foes, attacked a large area stretching from south of the town of Baalbek up to areas close to the border town of Arsal. (Ahmad Shalha / REUTERS)
Lebanon’s Hezbollah members carry the coffins of two of their comrades, who were killed in clashes with fighters from the Nusra Front in eastern Lebanon, during their funeral in Baalbek, in the Bekaa valley. Ten fighters from Lebanon’s Shi’ite Hezbollah group were killed in clashes with fighters from al-Qaeda’s Syrian wing in eastern Lebanon on Sunday, a source close to the group said on Monday. The Qaeda fighters, who see Hezbollah as among their chief foes, attacked a large area stretching from south of the town of Baalbek up to areas close to the border town of Arsal. (Ahmad Shalha / REUTERS)
A Bedouin woman stands near dried eggplants at the southern Lebanese village of Wazzani October 8, 2014. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
A Bedouin woman stands near dried eggplants at the southern Lebanese village of Wazzani. (Ali Hashisho / Reuters)
People ride a Ferris wheel in an amusement park as they celebrate the first day of Eid al-Adha, at the port-city of Sidon, southern Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
People ride a Ferris wheel in an amusement park as they celebrate the first day of Eid al-Adha, at the port-city of Sidon, southern Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
A flower vendor prepares flowers to be put on graves ahead of the religious holiday of Eid al-Adha, in Nabatiyeh. The flower frames contain the Arabic word "Ali", a picture of the Kaaba and a picture of Shi'ite Imam Ali. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
A flower vendor prepares flowers to be put on graves ahead of the religious holiday of Eid al-Adha, in Nabatiyeh. The flower frames contain the Arabic word “Ali”, a picture of the Kaaba and a picture of Shi’ite Imam Ali. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
A Hezbollah flag flies in the foreground as a member of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon stands in a lookout tower, near the Shebaa Farms area (Mahmoud Zayyat/ AFP)
A Hezbollah flag flies in the foreground as a member of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon stands in a lookout tower, near the Shebaa Farms area (Mahmoud Zayyat/ AFP)
Miss Lebanon Saly Greig poses for photographers after being crowned Miss Lebanon 2014 in Casino de Liban northern Beirut. (NABIL MOUNZER / EFE - EPA)
Miss Lebanon Saly Greig poses for photographers after being crowned Miss Lebanon 2014 in Casino de Liban northern Beirut. (NABIL MOUNZER / EFE – EPA)
French actresses Juliette Binoche (L) and Julie Gayet (R) pose for photographers during the opening of the 14th Beirut International Film Festival, in Beirut. The festival runs from 01 to 09 October. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
French actresses Juliette Binoche (L) and Julie Gayet (R) pose for photographers during the opening of the 14th Beirut International Film Festival, in Beirut. The festival runs from 01 to 09 October. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
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