Mount Lebanon


Qalaat Faqra is an archeological site in Kfardebian, Lebanon, with Roman and Byzantine remains. Situated on the inclines of Mount Sannine at an elevation of 1500 m, it is one of the most significant destinations of the UNESCO-recorded Nahr al-Kalb valley.

Remains incorporate a sanctuary to Zeus Beelgalasos, a safe-haven of Atargatis devoted to Agrippa II and his sister Berenice, two raised areas, and a pinnacle with a 16-meter square base underlying 44 A.D.