Zahlé (Arabic: زحلة) is the capital and the biggest city of Beqaa Governorate, Lebanon. With around 120,000 occupants, it is the third biggest city in Lebanon after Beirut and Tripoli, and the fourth biggest taking the entire metropolitan territory (the Jounieh metropolitan region is bigger). Zahlé is found 55 km (34 mi) east of the […]
Chtaura (Arabic: شتورا) is a town in Lebanon in the ripe Beqaa valley situated between the Mount Lebanon and the Anti-Lebanon mountain run. It is found most of the way on the Beirut – Damascus parkway. It is found 44 kilometers (27 mi) from Beirut. Chtaura is the valley’s center point for banking, transportation, and […]
Ferzol (Arabic: فرزل), also spelled Forzol or Fourzol, is a village located in the Zahlé District of the Beqaa Governorate in Lebanon.
Ablah (Arabic: أبلح) is a village located in the Zahlé District of the Beqaa Governorate in Lebanon.
Baalbek (/ˈbɑːlbɛk, ˈbeɪəlbɛk/; Arabic: بعلبك, romanized: Baʿlabakk, Syriac-Aramaic: ܒܥܠܒܟ) is a city found east of the Litani River in Lebanon’s Beqaa Valley, around 67 km (42 mi) upper east of Beirut. It is the capital of Baalbek-Hermel Governorate. In Greek and Roman occasions Baalbek was otherwise called Heliopolis (Ἡλιούπολις, Greek for “Sun City”). In 1998 […]
Bechouat (additionally Beshouat) (Arabic: بشوات) is a Lebanese town in the Beqaa Valley of Lebanon. The town is acclaimed for the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Bechouat, a Marian sanctum and the site of Christian journey. Divine wonders have been accounted for and ascribed to Our Lady of Bechouat. The individuals of Bechouat are Lebanese […]
Deir El Ahmar (Arabic: دير الأحمر) is a Lebanese town, found 100 km from Beirut and 22 km northwest of Baalbek in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. The number of inhabitants in Deir el Ahmar is around 23,000. The fundamental religion is Christianity, the majority of them are Maronites. There are eight authentic houses […]
Arsal (additionally spelled Aarsal, Ersal or ‘Irsal; Arabic: عرسال), is a town and region arranged east of Labweh, 124 kilometers (77 mi) upper east of Beirut, in Baalbek District of Baalbek-Hermel Governorate, Lebanon. The populace is prevalently Sunni Muslim. It is a conventional town arranged on the slants of the Anti-Lebanon mountains. It is known […]
Labweh (Arabic: اللبوة), Laboué, Labwe or Al-Labweh is a town at a rise of 950 meters (3,120 ft) on a lower region of the Anti-Lebanon mountains in Baalbek District, Baalbek-Hermel Governorate, Lebanon. It is popular as a result of the archeological stays, similar to a Roman sanctuary changed over in a Byzantine stronghold.
Ras Baalbek (Arabic: رأس بعلبك) is a town in the northern Beqaa Valley in Lebanon. Striking highlights incorporate the cloister of “Our Lady of Ras Baalbek” (Deir Saidat ar-Ras) and two Byzantine houses of worship. One church is in the focal point of the town and different misleads the east where some different vestiges can […]