Mount Lebanon


Damour is situated in one of only a handful of hardly any level zones of the Lebanese coast. It is worked toward the north of the stream, the antiquated Tamyrus, which bears its name on a hill sitting above the Mediterranean. It is encircled by estates of bananas and vegetable crops. It has a zone of 10.1 km2 (3.9 sq mi). The Beirut-Tire Highway isolates the manors. Presently destroyed, the track is a visit.