Mount Lebanon


Ghbaleh (Arabic: غبالة‎, likewise spelled Ghebaleh) is a town and region in the Keserwan District of the Mount Lebanon Governorate in focal Lebanon. It is found 42 kilometers upper east of Beirut. Its normal height is 890 meters above ocean level and its absolute land territory comprises of 271 hectares.

It has a populace of around 3500 occupants. These remembered 1,452 enrolled electors for 2010.[2] Ghbaleh’s fundamental families are Bou Assaf, Lteif, Khairallah, Ephram, Boustany, Zouein, Al Hossry, Bassil, Haddad, Tayeh, Fahed, Assaf, Awad, Atallah, Said, Ghanem, Khoury, Korkmaz, Karam, Beaino, Chelela, Hallany, Dahdah, Abi khalil, Chamy, Ziade, Abi Zeid, Saade, Fikany, Khouwairy, Najmeh and Khalil. On September 13 every year, Ghbale has “Eid Al Saleeb”, (gala of the Cross) celebration, which incorporates a jamboree, melodic and strict occasions, participants originate from everywhere Lebanon, and local people living abroad.[citation needed] Ghbaleh’s occupants are prevalently Maronite Christians. “Joseph Bou Assaf” is the Mayor of Ghbaleh since 1998 as of recently.