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    Monuments1. Mar Ghala Church2. Mar Gerges (Saint Georges) Al-Kefer Monastery3. Remains of an Old Mill4. Mar Doumit Monastery5. Old Well6. Saint Barbara Church7. Mar Geaorgios (Saint Georges) Al-Dahaliz Cathedral8. Mar Fawqa Church9. Ancient Tower10. Al-Saydeh (Our Lady) Church11. Mar Sema'an (Saint Simon) Church12. Mar Sarkis Monastery13. Old Town holds Heritage Houses and Olive Presses14. Mar Youhanna (Saint John) Al-Chir Monastery with Cemeteries and Hermitages Carved into Rocks15. Al-Na'oura16. Serail17. Marina Church with Caves Carved into Rocks

    Natural Attractions1. Al-Hayat Tree, a very old rock with inscriptions2. Perennial Olive Trees and Woods (Some exceed 1500 years)

    Restaurants1. Black House Restaurant 03-3056692. Penguin Restaurant 03-875902/06-9523333. Pizza Napoli Restaurant 03-655630

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    4. Road House Restaurant 06-951297/03-7385335. Zaman Al-Araguil Café 03-307030

    Recreation1. Artisana Al-Koura Atelier 03-4892362. Oil and Soap Plant (Se'aifan) 06-950385

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    Monuments1. Al-Natour Convent2. Olive Press3. Saydet (Our Lady) Al-Rih Church4. Phoenician Citadel5. Saint Catherina Church6. Old Village holds Heritage Houses and Ancient Oil Presses7. Old Souk8. Mar Youhanna (Saint John) Monastery 9. Al-Ghir Hill10. Al-Banat (The Girls’) School (Old Serial during Al-Moutasarrifiyya Era)11. Mar Sema’an & Mar Mikhael Church12. Mar Antonios Hill

    Natural Attractions1. Al-Ghir Cave2. Anfeh Spring inside the Cave3. Al-Hamam Cave

    Beaches1. Marina del Sol Beach 06-541301/22. Las Salinas Beach 06-540971

    Caves, rocks, towers, salt mills and vestiges are foundalong the Anfeh coast.

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    Monuments1. Old Ain (Spring) Al-Khoury2. Old (Jews) Cemeteries3. Saint Barbara Church (Barghoun Monastery) holds a wall with Hebrew scripts4. Port

    Natural Attractions1. Barghoun River2. Ain Al-Rehban (Monk’s Spring)

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    Monuments1. Mar Youhanna (Saint John) Church2. Mar Gerges (Saint Georges) Monastery 3. Old Wooden Bakery4. Old Olive Press

    Natural Attractions1. Pine Woods2. Public Garden3. Perennial Trees (Around 200 Years)

    Recreation 1. Stadium 06-9306932. Tennis Court 03-6590483. Gold's Gym 03-8828834. Health Care Center 06-9605285. Canadian Motel & Ranch (Horseback Riding Club) 03-201618

    Bed & Breakfast1. Canadian Motel 03-201618

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    Handicrafts: The town is renowned for the production of rose water and embroidery.

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    Monuments1. Mar Qabrianos Ancient Monastery 2. Heritage Houses3. Mar Gerges (Saint Georges) and Mar Youhanna (Saint John) Ancient Church 4. Old Oil Press5. Saydet (Our Lady) Al-Barriyyeh Monastery6. Old English Camp7. Mar Qabrianos Monastery8. Saydet (Our Lady) Al-Najat Ancient Monastery

    Natural Attractions1. Al-Mir Valley2. Ain (Spring) Bsarma3. Mar Youssef Valley

    Recreation1. Sharp Shooting Club

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    Monuments1. Saydet (Our Lady) Al-Rass Monastery2. Ashmonit Monastery3. Citadel4. Ruins of an Old Chimney5. Old Military Camp

    Natural Attractions1. Al-Zghir Valley2. Al-Ain (Spring)3. Kroum Al-Tahatni Rivulet4. Al-Mawashi Valley

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    Monuments1. Mar Gerges (Saint Georges) Church 2. Saydet (Our Lady) Dar Ba'achtar 3. Mar Challita4. Heritage Houses5. Ishtar Statue

    Natural Attractions1. Mar Elias Cave2. Ain (Spring) Dar Ba'achtar

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    An annual festival is held to celebrate Mar Challita on the 20thof October and Saint Elias on the 20th of July.

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    Monuments1. Mar Sassine (Saint Sassine) Ancient Monastery 2. Mar Gerges (Saint Georges) Ancient Monastery 3. Old Olive Press

    Natural Attractions1. Ain (Spring) Al-Mrouj2. Perennial Olive Trees

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    An annual festival is held on the 6th of July tocelebrate Mar Sassine feast.

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    Monuments1. Mar Ya'acoub (Saint Jacob) Ancient Convent 2. Ayyoubi Citadel3. Mar Antonios (Saint Anthony) Ancient Church 4. Saint Marina Ancient Cave holds Wells carved into Rocks

    Natural Attractions1. Bouret Al-Saydeh (Our Lady) Cave2. Mgharat Al-Nimr (Tiger Cave) Valley

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    Natural Attractions1. Michael Hill2. Abou Halqa Valley

    Restaurants1. Diwan Sehar Al-Charq Restaurant 06-411211

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    Monuments1. Mar Ya'acoub (Saint Jacob)2. Saint Barbara Ancient Church3. Mar Youssef (Saint Joseph) Ancient Church 4. Mar Gerges (Saint Georges) Ancient Church

    Natural Attractions1. Hab Cave2. Hab Valley 3. Mar Ya'acoub Woods4. Dahr Al-Wistani Valley

    Restaurants1. Chez Hanna Patisserie 06-415782

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    Monuments1. Mar Youhanna (Saint John) Ancient Church2. Old Souk and Village3. Old Caves4. Old Tombs carved into Rocks5. Al-Saydeh (Our Lady) Church 6. Old Ain (Spring) Youqachi7. Mar Ya'acoub (Saint Jacob) Ancient Church 8. Saint Theodoros Ancient Church9. Old Oil Press

    Restaurants1. Octagone Restaurant 03-3222922. Chameleon Restaurant 03-260141

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    Monuments1. Mar Sema'an (Saint Simon) Ancient Monastery 2. Al- Saydeh (Our Lady) Ancient Church3. Mar Ya'acoub (Saint Jacob) Ancient Monastery 4. Mar Gerges (Saint Georges) Ancient Orthodox Monastery 5. Abou Al-Sayyed Ancient Cellar considered among the oldest houses of Kfar A'aqa6. Hai (Neighborhood) Al-Saha includes Heritage Houses 7. Mar Gerges (Saint Georges) Ancient Maronite Monastery 8. Mar Nohra Ancient Monastery9. Old Village

    Natural Attractions1. Abou Saleh Valley2. Perennial Cinchona Tree

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    Natural Attractions1. Perennial Oak Tree2. Abou Ali River

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    Monuments1. Lebanon's Citadel2. Mar Ya'acoub (Saint Jacob)3. Saydet (Our Lady) Hamatoura Monastery 4. Saydet Al-Barbara 5. Saints Dimitrios and Nicolaos Monastery6. Old Temple7. Mar Doumit

    Natural Attractions1. Ain (Spring) Kousba2. Al-Nawous Spring

    Restaurants1. Al-Challal Restaurant 03-7793612. La Pinede Restaurant 06-5110113. Salem Ice Cream

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    Natural Attractions1. Cave

    Hotels1. Le Château des Oliviers, Villa Nadia Hotel 06-4111702. Al-Naji Hotel 06-400011

    Beaches1. Al-Rboussi Beach2. Al-Lawzi Beach3. Canaria Beach4. Palma Beach5. Naji Beach 6. North Marina Beach 7. Holiday Beach8. Sun Set Beach9. Las Perlas Beach

    Restaurants1. Punto Alto Restaurant 06-410135

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    Towards Amioun

    Towards Bnehran

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    Natural Attractions1. Ain (Spring) Al-Baldeh2. Ain A’akrine3. Ain Nablo Valley4. Mar Adna Cave5. Ain Al-Majal 6. Ain Issa7. Oak Woods

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    Natural Attractions1. Beit Al-Haddad Spring2. Ain (Spring) Al-Mokbel

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    Restaurants1. Snack Milad 03-495778

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    Monuments1. Mar Takla Monastery2. Old Olive Press3. Mar Mama Ancient Monastery 4. Old Town5. Dahr Assaf Old Cave

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    Natural Attractions1. Reserve in the Kaftoun Woods within the Dr. Farid Karam Touristic Project2. Kaftoun Oak Woods3. Safi Valley4. Hanania Cave5. Al-Jawz River6. Mar Mtanios (Saint Anthony) Oak Tree

    Restaurants1. Resthouses inside Dr. Farid Karam Touristic Project

    Recreation1. Theater inside Dr. Farid Karam Touristic Project

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    An annual festival is held on the 15th of August tocelebrate Al-Saydeh (Our Lady) feast.

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    The town of Amioun derives its name from the Aramaic language, meaning “the place of the Greeks.” Amioun is located on the top of an ancient hill dating back to before the 2nd decade B.C., and the town was called “Amia’’ during this period.Amioun is home to several old vestiges, among which are the Saint Georges Church, built over the ruins of a Roman temple, and the Mar Fawqa Church, with Byzantine paintings dating from the 12th to 14th centuries. The old Saint John Church was built on a rocky plateau overlooking the town, and close to this church are a number of caves carved into rocks that were used as cemeteries and date back to the Roman and Byzantine period. Other historical churches include: Saint Focas Church, distinguished by its Byzantine drawings; Mar Sarkis Monastery; Mar Sema’an (Saint Simon) Al-Amoudi Church; Mar Ghala Church; and Saint Barbara Church, established during the 17th century. Near to the town’s Serail stands an old cemetery transformed during the Middle Ages into a sanctuary for Saint Marina. Remains of a Roman temple, “Jib Louqa,” can also be found in Amioun.

    AmiounDistance from Beirut: 75kmAltitude: 300m-350m

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    The town’s name is derived from the Semitic language, meaning “the stone’s nose,” in reference to its coastline, which projects into the sea in the shape of a nose. Anfeh is distinguished by its maritime environment, with a variety of plants and water creatures and diverse and high quality fish resources. Anfeh is home to a heritage area near the beach known as “Taht Al-Rih,” in addition to numerous salt flats. On the coast are spread the remains of caves, temples, towers, oil presses, and trenches carved into rocks. Three important churches stand on Anfeh’s coast: Saydet (Our Lady) Al-Rih Church, a small, ruined Byzantine church with old paintings inside; Saint Catherine Church, a renovated church dating from the Crusader era and located in the middle of the village; and a church for Saint Simon Al-Amoudi and the Saint Michael, which was established during the 17th or 18th century. Anfeh is also home to Saint John Church, surrounded by some rocks with inscriptions about the works of early men who inhabited the area.

    AnfehDistance from Beirut: 71kmAltitude: Few meters above sea level

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    BarghounDistance from Beirut: 76kmAltitude: 150m

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    The origin of the name Bechmezine is derived from the Phoenician language, meaning “the place of a grape press.” Byzantine cemeteries and a number of wells have been found in the town, in addition to the Al-Saydeh (Our Lady) Church, which was built over the ruins of a Crusader church, itself constructed over the remains of a pagan temple. In the middle of the town stands a building that served as the center of the procurators of the Byblos Crusader kings in the 11th and 12th centuries.

    BechmezineDistance from Beirut: 76kmAltitude: 275m

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    BsarmaDistance from Beirut: 74kmAltitude: 320m

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    The village of Btouram is also known as “the green Koura.” Its name is derived from a Syriac-Aramaic sentence composed of three parts, meaning “the high mountain.” Btouram is home to the Ashmonit Monastery, built from an ancient underground Phoenician temple carved into rocks. This temple may have been dedicated to the Phoenician god of health, Ashmoun.

    BtouramDistance from Beirut: 79kmAltitude: 275m

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    The origin of the town’s name is “Beit Ishtar” (“the house of Ishtar”). The name was later modified to “Ba’achtar,” and then the word “Dar” was added. Ishtar is the Goddess Astarte, and the ancient temple here, dedicated to Astarte, has been transformed into a Christian shrine for the Virgin Mary. The town has several relics relating to Astarte, the goddess of fertility, such as the cave sanctuary of Mar Elias, where according to legend the prophet Elias hid after he killed the pagan priests. In addition, the village has several ruins from the Roman era.

    Dar Ba’achtarDistance from Beirut: 83kmAltitude: 450m

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    The origin of the word Chmezine is Aramaic, meaning “the sun.” The word “Dar” means “monastery.” The town is home to an old monastery built over the ruins of Mar Sassine Church. In the town you can also see old stones that may have belonged to pagan temple for the worship of the sun, and which was later transformed into a monastery.

    Dar ChmezineDistance from Beirut: 73kmAltitude: 400m

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    The name Deddeh is derived from the Aramaic-Syriac language, meaning “friends and beloved.” Deddeh is home to the remains of old structures dating back to the Ayyoubi era. Some of the town’s residents are descendents of Ayyoubi Emirs related to Salah Eddine Al-Ayyoubi, known for his struggle against the “Franja” (Europeans). At the northern part of the town stand the remains of a three-layers citadel dating back to the 17th century. Next to the citadel is a small church for Saint Anthony, which has faint remnants of paintings on its internal walls.

    DeddehDistance from Beirut: 85kmAltitude: 275m

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    Ras Masqa’s name is derived from the Syriac word meaning “the ascension and progress.” In Aramaic, the name means “irrigation.” The town maintains an old, 3km long tunnel called Al-Naqra, which is believed to have been constructed to irrigate the gardens of Tripoli. In the area of Al-Khirbeh are found some sarcophagi carved into rocks, and according to local tradition the town’s land is filled with buried gold jars.

    Ras MasqaDistance from Beirut: 83kmAltitude: 115m

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    Some researchers relate the name Kfar Hazir to the Phoenician god “Ouzir” or “Ouziris” (which is the God Adonis). Therefore, the meaning of the name would be “under the protection of the God Ouzir.” Kfar Hazir has several caves and cemeteries dating back to the Roman era, as well as numerous sarcophagi. In addition, Kfar Hazir is home to the Saint Theodore Church, built during the Roman era, and possibly constructed over the ruins of a temple dedicated to the god Ouzir.

    Kfar HazirDistance from Beirut: 70kmAltitude: 350m

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    The town of Kfar A'aqa derives its name from the Aramaic language, meaning “the tight place.” Some of the archaeological remains in Kfar A’aqa include the old Monastery of Mar Nohra and the Mar Gerges Church, which dates to the Roman era. Both structures are believed to be established over the ruins of older buildings.

    Kfar A'aqaDistance from Beirut: 86kmAltitude: 350m

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    The town’s name originates from the Aramaic word meaning “the assembly place.” Kfarqahel is home to the ruins of a tower next to an old church, old water mills located on the banks of the Abou Ali River, as well as the remains of two old mosques.

    KfarqahelDistance from Beirut: 75kmAltitude: 250m

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    The town of Kousba derives its name from the Syriac word meaning “silver and money.” Kousba is home to an old structure known as Al-Nawous Palace, as well as vestiges of old churches and monasteries, indicating that the town was inhabited by Christians before the 11th century. Among the notable monasteries in Kousba is the Monastery of Saydet Hamatoura, located in a rocky area facing Kousba across the valley. The monastery was established in the 10th century over the ruins of a pagan temple. The road to Saydet Hamatoura is a holy road, traveled by pious believers. In a nearby cave, believers hang their personal belongings on a tall, calcified structure, praying that it will aid in fertility. In addition, Kousba is home to the Saint Dimitrios and Nicolaos Monastery, which contains a mihrab (prayer niche) decorated with a lovely, Byzantine-style wall fresco that was very common during the 12th and 13th centuries.

    KousbaDistance from Beirut: 82kmAltitude: 500m

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    Ω 500 ôëÑdG í£°S øY ™ØJôJh

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    Al-Bohsas derives its name from the Semitic language, meaning “the place with pebbles and small stones.” However, the name sounds Arabic in origin and may be derived from the Al-Bohsas beach, which is littered with pebbles. The area is characterized by the cultivation of citrus trees, olive trees, almond trees, and vegetables. There are no major historical or religious vestiges in the village.

    Al-BohsasDistance from Beirut: 72kmAltitude: Few meters above sea level

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  • BhaboushDistance from Beirut: 82kmAltitude: 350m

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    Ain A'akrineDistance from Beirut: 83kmAltitude: 700m

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    BdebhounDistance from Beirut: 77kmAltitude: 150m

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    The town’s name originates from the Syriac word meaning “the place of imprisonment.” The archaeological remnants in Bahboush indicate the presence of one or more hermitages for Christian hermits. In addition, Bahboush is home to an old structure known as Al-Saydeh Temple, one part of which is a temple while the other part is a hermitage. The ruins of another temple are located close to the Al-Saydeh Temple.

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    The name of Ain A'akrine means “the troubled fountain” or “the forbidden fountain” in the Semitic language. The town has some ancient ruins, including the remains of a Roman citadel and a cave situated near Mar Adna Monastery.

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    Some researchers trace the origin of the town’s name to the Syriac-Aramaic language, meaning “the house of wisdom.” Others relate it to the Phoenician language, meaning the “the house of wealth and fortune.” There are no ancient archaeological vestiges in town; however, Bdebhoun is home to the remains of some 19th century Ayyoubi Emirs’ palaces and a mosque built according to a decree from the governor Wasa Bacha.

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    The town’s name originates from the Aramaic language, meaning “abundance and surplus.” The archaeological remains in Fieh indicate that it was inhabited by an old population. Some ancient sarcophagi and caves have been found in the town.

    FiehDistance from Beirut: 74kmAltitude: 350m-430m

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    º∏c 74 ähô«H øY ó©ÑJ

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    Kfar SarounDistance from Beirut: 75kmAltitude: 350m

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    º∏c 75 ähô«H øY ó©ÑJ

    Ω 350 ôëÑdG í£°S øY ™ØJôJh

    Bziza Distance from Beirut: 83kmAltitude: 400m

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    Some researchers trace the name of Kfar Saroun to the Syriac language, meaning “the scary place.” Others argue that it means “the high elevated place.” It is also said that the town was named in reference to a person named Saroun, and since “Kfar” means “plain,” the town’s name would mean “the plain of Saroun.” No historical remains have been found in the town to indicate its history.

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    øe ô«ãµdG É¡«a áªjób ájôb ÉjÉ≤H ≈∏Y Ωƒ≤J á«dÉëdG Ió∏ÑdG ¿G ¿ƒÑ≤æªdG iôjh

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    ÉjÉ≤H »g QÉàeCG á°ùªîdG »dGƒM É¡YÉØJQG ¿GQóL áKÓK ≈dEG áaÉ°VEG ,âjõ∏d ¿ÉLGô°S

    .ºjób »fÉehQ óÑ©e

    The town of Bziza derives its name from the Phoenician word meaning “the robbed village.” The current town stands over the ruins of an old village that was demolished, according to some scientists, because of natural geological factors. The abundance of ruins and demolished houses indicate the presence of this older village.Bziza is home the ruins of a Roman temple, with three walls of around 5m height remaining, as well as some old pillars, the remains of other ancient structures, and old pottery (including two oil lamps).

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    óéj É«Ñ°ùf áãjóëdG QÉKB’G øeh ,á°Tƒ≤æe IQÉéMh ¢ùjhGƒf Ió∏ÑdG √òg »a á«≤ÑàªdG

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    .ºjób

    The town’s name is derived from the Aramaic language, meaning “the irrigation place.” Barsa’s ancient vestiges include sarcophagi and sculpted stones, while its recent vestiges include the remains of the Mustapha Barbar Agha Citadel, built over the ruins of an older citadel.

    BarsaDistance from Beirut: 82kmAltitude: 175m

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    .É«dÉM ∫ƒgCÉe åjóM

    The town of Betwartij derives its name from the Aramaic word meaning “the place of the crowned mountain.” Betwartij is home to some ancient sarcophagi, caves, and old presses of unidentified origins, as well as Aramaic inscriptions indicating the existence of a church or monastery. Some temples were found buried in town, in addition to a number of large, deep wells. An interesting old structure in the town, called “Yakhour” or “the horse’s stall” was built using large stones and is composed of two floors: the lower floor is the old building structure, and the upper floor is a newer structure that is currently inhabited.

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    á°ù«æc ÉjÉ≤Hh ,ôî°üdG »a IQƒØëe ¢ùjhGƒf É¡æe ,≥«ë°S ïjQÉJ ≈∏Y ádGódG QÉKB’G

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    The town’s name is derived from the Syriac language, meaning “the soldiers’ camp,” since the town used to constitute the center of a military escort. While there is little accurate information about its history, the town has some old vestiges indicating its ancientness, such as rock-carved sarcophagi and a church built over the ruins of a pagan temple.

    BatroumineDistance from Beirut: 82kmAltitude: 325m

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    BetwartijDistance from Beirut: 83kmAltitude: 250m

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    º∏c 83 ähô«H øY ó©ÑJ

    Ω 250 ôëÑdG í£°S øY ™ØJôJh

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    Al-Majdel is a Syriac word that has entered the Lebanese common language, meaning “the tower” or “an elevated place for observation.” The town includes the areas of Mazra’at Al-Zakzouk and Wata Fares, which is the winter residence of the Tannourine population. Remains of several old structures have been found in Al-Majdel, in addition to the Monastery and Church of Mar Sarkis, for the Lebanese order in Zakzouk.

    Al-Majdel / Wata FaresDistance from Beirut: 82kmAltitude: 400m

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    Ω 400 ôëÑdG í£°S øY ™ØJôJh

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    The name of Kaftoun means “the domed” in the ancient Syriac language. Some researchers argue that the town’s name was derived from the domed Church of Saydet Kaftoun, carved into rocks in the middle of olive and fruit trees. Next to this church is the Hanania cave, which used to be decorated with wall paintings. Kaftoun is also home to some old cemeteries carved into rocks.

    KaftounDistance from Beirut: 72kmAltitude: 350m

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    Ω 350 ôëÑdG í£°S øY ™ØJôJh

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    We acknowledge the efforts and works of the Ministry of Tourism, the municipalities and mayors of listed towns and villages, “Mo’ajam Al-Qoura wal Baldat Al-Lubnaniyya” by Anis Freiha, and “Mawsou’at Qoura wa Modon Libnan” by Tony Moufarrej.