Further Lebanese Cities and Villages

Ainata

Mosque I

Mosque II

Aitanit

General view

Ankoun

General view

Bhamdoun

General view I

General view II

Bikfaya

General view

Bint Jubayl

General view

General view

General view

Broumana

General view

View from sky

Bsharre
Bsharre in the north, the picturesque gateway to the Cedars of Lebanon, is the birthplace of the famous Lebanese poet Gibran Khalil Gibran. Here one may visit the Gibran Museum and the many ancient churches and monasteries in the vicinity. The town also has three churches and a waterfall.


General view

Deir El-Qamar
In the Shouf mountains there is Deir El-Qamar with its white houses and red tile roofs built on steep slopes. This was the residence of the governors of Lebanon in the 16th-18th centuries. Many historic buildings here have been restored, such as the Fakhreddin Mosque and the Baz and Al-Kharge palaces. Most recently the central square of this historic town was cleaned and restored.


Castle of Moussa I

Castle of Moussa II

Castle of Moussa III

Picture 4

Maroun

General view

Mayrouba

General view (winter)

Al Mina

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Castle

Corniche Road

Tebnine

Castle

General view



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