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Jahlieh

Jahlieh is a village in the Chouf District of the Mount Lebanon Governorate in Lebanon, located 35 kilometers southeast of Beirut with an altitude ranging between 400 to 650 meters above seal level and a total land area of 250 hectares. Jahlieh i ...

Jdaideh

Jdaideh is a Lebanese village in the Chouf District of the Mount Lebanon Governorate in Lebanon. It is known for its traditional architecture and role in regional trade. Its inhabitants are predominantly Druze.

Kahlouniyeh

Kahlouniyeh, also written El Kahloûniye, is a municipality in the Chouf District of Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon. It has an average elevation of 850 meters above sea level and its total land area is 375 hectares. Its inhabitants are predomi ...

Ras el-Matn

Ras el-Matn or is a Lebanese town and municipality in the Baabda District of Mount Lebanon Governorate stretching over 1300 hectares. The town has a population of nearly 10.000 inhabitants who are Druze and Orthodox Christians.

Sawfar

Sawfar, also spelled as Saoufar or Sofar) is a village in the Aley District of the Mount Lebanon Governorate in Lebanon. It is situated at an altitude of 1.320 meters and next to the main road linking Beirut with Damascus in Syria. It has a popul ...

Ain Baal

Ain Baal is a Lebanese village located in the Caza of Tyre in the South Governorate of Lebanon. The municipality is member of Federation of Tyr District Municipalities.

Aitit

In the early 1860s Ernest Renan noted: "Its antiquities are a stone with three circles, two with rays, in which are crosses not of great age, a grotto, and beside it a good sarcophagus lid serving to support a press. Near Aitit is a rectangular c ...

Arnoun

Arnoun is a majority Lebanese Shia village 7 kilometres south-east of Nabatiyeh, in Nabatiyeh Governorate, southern Lebanon. The village is located approximately 8 kilometres from the Israeli border. The village is approximately 550 metres above ...

As-Sultaniyah

As-Sultaniyah is a village in the Bint Jbeil District, in southern Lebanon, located just north of Tebnine. It was earlier called el Yehudiyeh.

Aynata

Aynata is a village in Lebanon. It is located in the southern portion of the country. A stronghold for Hezbollah, during the war with Israel in 2006, about 60% of the homes in the town were destroyed. The terrain consists of plateaus of different ...

Bayt Lif

In 1852, Edward Robinson noted that the year before, a quantity of gold coin were found at Beit Lif, which was taken to Beirut and given to the Pasha. He further noted that the people were planting millet and tobacco. In 1875, Victor guérin found ...

Bint Jbeil

Bint Jbeil is the second largest town in the Nabatiye Governorate in Southern Lebanon. The city has a population of 30.000. Its exact population is unknown, because Lebanon has not conducted a census since 1932.

Deir Siriane

In 1596, it was named as a village, Dayr Siryan, in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Tibnin under the liwa district of Safad, with a population of 10 households and 1 bachelor, all Muslim. The villagers paid a fixed tax-rate of 25 % on agricultu ...

Froun

In 1881, the Palestine Exploration Funds Survey of Western Palestine SWP described it: "A village, built of stone, containing 100 Metawileh, situated on a hill and surrounded by small gardens and arable land. The water is supplied from rock-cut c ...

Ghobeiry

Ghobeiry is a municipality in the Baabda District of Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon. Residents of Ghobeiry mostly Shiite Muslims. As of 2013, the municipal Council was headed by a political party Hezbollahs. Ghobeiry located in the same area ...

Haddatha

In 1596, it was named as a village," Hadata” in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Tibnin under the liwa district of Safad, with a population of 52 households, all Muslim. The villagers paid a fixed tax-rate of 25% on agricultural products, such a ...

Hanaouay

In the early 1860s, Ernest Renan noted: From Kabr Hiram or Henawei to Kana, monuments cut in the rock are met with at every step, they may be counted by hundreds. The Kana road is in this respect the most remarkable I have ever seen. I would poin ...

Hanine

In 1875 Victor Guerin found the village to have 250 Metuali inhabitants. In 1881, the Palestine exploration funds from the PPV Western Palestine described it as "a small village, built of stone, 100 Muslims, at the end of a rocky ridge, vineyards ...

Hariss

there appear to be no vestiges of ancient constructions, except a circular cistern cut in the rock. Guerin suggests that it may be the site of the ancient Harosheth. Judges 4:2. "This identification is strengthened by the fact that the same word ...

Jwaya

Jwaya or Jouaiya, is a village in Tyre district, Lebanon. Located in the center of Jabal Amel geographically, 95 kilometers from Beirut, and the county seat of Sidon 54 kilometers and 16 kilometers from the city of Tyre towards the east, rising f ...

Kafr Dunin

Kfar Dunin is a village in Lebanon, 102 km from the capital Beirut and 580 m from sea coast remote. Adjacent villages: Deir Kifa, Alkaline, Khirbat Silm, Der Ntar. It is considered first of villages in Bent Jbeil district of Nabatieh Governorate. ...

Kafr Kila, Lebanon

In the 1596 tax records, it was named as a village, Kafr Kuk, in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Tibnin, part of Safad Sanjak, with a population of 31 households and 2 bachelors, all Muslim. The villagers paid taxes on agricultural products, su ...

Khirbet Selm

Kherbet Selm is a village in southern Lebanon. The municipality of kherbet Selm is located in the Kaza of bent Jbayl one of is one of the eight mohafazats governorates of Lebanon. Khirbet Selm is 104 kilometers 64.6256 miles from Beirut, capital ...

Kunin, Lebanon

In 1875, Victor Guerin gives the population of this place at 400, divided between Moslems and Metawileh. In 1881, the Palestine exploration funds research PPV Western Palestine described it as "a village built of stone containing about 200 Metawi ...

Maarakeh

The Municipality of Maarakeh is located in the Kaza of Tyre sour one of Mohafazah of South Lebanon kazas districts. Mohafazah of South Lebanon is one of the eight mohafazats governorates of Lebanon. It is 90 kilometers 55.9 mi away from Beyrouth ...

Mahrouna

Mahrouna is a small agribusiness town located in the south of Lebanon. It is located at a distance of 100 kilometres from Beirut, the capital, and 18 km South-East of the city of tyre. Mahrouna stands at a height of 400 meters above sea level. Th ...

Majdel Selm

In 1596, it was named as a village, Majdal Salim, in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Tibnin under the liwa district of Safad, with a population of 51 households and 8 bachelors, all Muslim. The villagers paid a fixed tax-rate of 25 % on agricul ...

Majdelyoun

Majdelyoun is a town in Southern Lebanon located 45 km from Beirut and 5 km east of Sidon at an elevation of 210 m above sea level. Majdelyoun occupies 150 ha. The village is bordered to the east by Salhieh and Kfarjarra, to the west by Haret Sai ...

Markaba

Markaba is a 808 ha village located at Marjayoun municipality at Nabatieh Governorate, Lebanon. It is south of Raabatt Tallame, east of Banni Hayyan and northeast of Tallussah, South Lebanon.

Naqoura

Naqoura is a small city in southern Lebanon. Since March 23, 1978, the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon has been headquartered in Naqoura.

Qalaouiyeh

In 1881, the Palestine Exploration Funds Survey of Western Palestine SWP described Burj Alawei as:" A village, built of stone, on high ground, containing 150 Metawileh, surrounded by olives, fig-trees, and arable land. The water supply is from ci ...

Selaa

In 1875, Victor Guerin found here 250 Metuali inhabitants. He further noted: "Here I found an ancient press, the lid of a sarcophagus with acroteria, and a broken sarcophagus, at one of whose ends is a projection resembling an altar. Near it is a ...

Srobbine

In 1852, Edward Robinson noted the village Seribbin on his travels in the region. In 1881, the Palestine exploration Palestine West of PPV described it as "a small stone village, containing about eighty Metawileh, situated on hill-top, with olive ...

Tayr Debba

Tayr Debba is a village in the Tyre District in the South Governorate of Lebanon, located 88 kilometers south of Beirut. Its total land area consists of 578 hectares and its average elevation is 200 meters above sea level. There are two schools, ...

Tayr Harfa

In 1852, during the late Ottoman era, Edward Robinson noted it on his travels in the region. In 1875, Victor guérin found here 200 residents Metuali. In 1881, the Palestine exploration funds from Western Palestine described it PPV: "stone and mud ...

Yater

Yater is a Lebanese municipality located in Bint Jbeil District. It is 112 kilometers away from Beirut It is 8.32 Km^2. H. E. Palmer wrote that the Yater name has derived from a personal name.

Yohmor, Nabatieh

Yohmor is a village in the Nabatieh Governorate of Lebanon. It is located about 8 km from the town of Nabatieh. Beaufort Castle is located nearby the village.

Zaghdraiya

Zaghdraiya is a town in the South Governorate in Lebanon. It is located southeast of Sidon. The village is bordered with a number of villages/towns like Darb es Sim, Maghdouche, Miye ou Miye. It has a very small population and is mainly formed of ...

Zibqin

Zibqine is a town in South Lebanon, 103 kilometres from the capital, Beirut, 4 km from the border with Palestine / Israel and 450 metres above sea level. It was badly damaged in the 2006 Lebanese-Israeli war and underwent a heavy process of recovery.

Aydamun

It has a population of about 3.000 people, 75% of whom are of Sunni Turkish origin. Christians comprise the remainder 80% are Greek Orthodox, and 20% are Maronite. Due to its Turkish ethnic links, the village has received Turkish developmental as ...

Barelias

Barelias, or Bar Elias, is a town located in the Zahle District, Bekaa Governorate, Lebanon. With around 60.000 inhabitants it is the second largest town, after Zahle, in the Zahle District. Bar Elias is a village of the Bekaa Valley, the center ...

Barja

Barja is a town and municipality in the Chouf District of the Mount Lebanon Governorate in Lebanon. Barja is situated near the Mediterranean coast, 34 kilometers south of Beirut and at the midway point between the latter and Sidon. The towns tota ...

Bireh, Akkar

Bire Akkar) ‎) is a small town in Akkar Governorate, Lebanon, close to the border with Syria. Population Bireh in Akkar are mainly Sunni Muslims.

Bouarij

Bouarij, Bouarej, Bouarej, Buariji or Bwareg is a village located on the eastern side of the Church Mountain, Beqaa. The municipality of Bouarej is located in the Kaza of Zahleh one of Mohafazah of Beqaa kazas, one of the eight mohafazats of Lebanon.

Chekka

Chekka is coastal town located in North Lebanon. It is located north of Ras ach-Chaq’a’ and Herri beaches, or Theoprosopon of classical times and south of the ancient Phoenician port of Enfeh and the city of Tripoli. The origin of the word is bel ...

Halba, Lebanon

Halba is the capital of Akkar Governorate in northern Lebanon, close to the border with Syria. It is located at around 34°33′2″N 36°4′41″E. The population in Halba is divided between Sunni Muslims, Greek Orthodox and Maronites and followers of ot ...

Iaal

The name Iaal is derived from the sound donkeys make when braying. This was chosen in honour of the preeminent role donkeys played in logistics connecting the coastal and mountain regions through Iaal.

Kouachra

Kouachra is a village in Akkar Governorate, Lebanon. It is located approximately 131 kilometres north of Beirut and 38 kilometres north of Tripoli.

Laqlouq

Laqlouq, also spelled Laklouk and also known as ′Arab Laqlouq is a small mountainous village in mountainous area in the Jbeil District of Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon. It is located 69 kilometers northeast of Beirut. Laqlouq has an average ...

Marwahin

Marwahin is a town in Lebanon, on its border with Israel. A group of 23 residents, mostly children, were killed by Israel during the 2006 Lebanon War while attempting to evacuate under Israeli orders.