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Bikfaya (also spelled Bickfaya, Beckfayya, or Bekfaya) is a town in the Matn District region of Mount Lebanon. Its stone houses with red-tiled ...
Today Brummana region counts around 10 hotels among them two 5-star (Printania Palace Hotel and Grand Hills Hotel & Spa) and two 4-star...
Bsharreh, 1400 meters high, commands a prime position at the head of the Qadisha valley just below the famous Cedars of Lebanon. In Crusader times it was known as one of the fiefs of the country of Tripoli...
Byblos is one of the top contenders for the "oldest continuously inhabited city" award. According to Phoenician tradition it was founded by the god El, and even the Phoenicians considered it a city of great antiquity.
THE CEDARS OF LEBANON are an integral part of the history of the country, just as the antique cities of Byblos, Tyre and Baalbek. They date back to antiquity, when the Phoenicians were exporting cedar-wood ...
Located in the south-east of Beirut, the historical region comprises a narrow coastal strip with notably the Christian town of Damour and the valleys and mountains of the western...
Deir El Qamar
Deir El Qamar is unique in Lebanon, a town restored and maintained in a style many centuries old. DeirElQamar not only preserves its grand feudal architecture, but its old stepped streets, walled gardens and picturesque corners as well...