Mount Lebanon

Mazraat Kfar Dibiane

Kfardebian (Arabic: كفر دبيان‎; likewise spelled Kfar Dibiane and furthermore known as Moucha’a Keserwan) is a region in the Keserwan District of the Mount Lebanon Governorate in Lebanon. It is found 45 kilometers north of Beirut. Its normal height is 1,220 meters above ocean level and its all out land region is 2,960 hectares. Kfardebian occupants are transcendently Melkite and Maronite Christians.

Kfardebian assembles the most established and biggest skiing resorts in Lebanon and the Middle East, for example, Mzaar Kfardebian and Faqra Kfardebian, just as numerous chronicled and touristic destinations, for example, Qalaat Faqra.