Mount Lebanon


Mansourieh comprises of the town, situated on the head of an edge, circumscribed toward the south and southwest by a waterway, the Beirut River, and toward the north by the Mar Roukouz (St. Roches) gorge. Upwards toward the east Mansourieh converges with Ain Saadeh and Monte Verde, and slants downhill westwards to Mkalles and Sin el-Fil. Over the waterway toward the southwest lies the Hazmieh town, part of the Baabda locale. Daychounieh covers the southeastern side, confronting Baabda and Louaize .