The Deir el Qamar Synagogue, located in Deir el Qamar, a village in south-central Lebanon, is the oldest synagogue in Mount Lebanon. The synagogue was built in the 17th century to serve the local Jewish population, some of whom were part of the imme…
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Sidon
Saïda (Arabic: صيدا, صيدون, Ṣaydā; Phoenician: , Ṣdn; Biblical Hebrew: צִידוֹן, Ṣīḏōn; Greek: Σιδών; Latin: Sidon; Turkish: Sayda) is the third-largest city in Lebanon. It is located in the South Governorate of Lebanon, on the Mediterranean coast, about 40 kilometres (25 miles) north of Tyre and 40 km (25 miles) south of the capital Beirut. In Genesis, Sidon is a son of Canaan, a grandson of Noah. Its name coincides with the modern Arabic word for fishery.
Latitude: 33° 33' 35.75" N
Longitude: 35° 22' 32.30" E
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The Basilian Salvatorian Order is a religious order of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church. The Latin name of this order is Ordo Basilianus Sanctissimi Salvatoris, the French name is Ordre Basilien Salvatorien. The name cames from its motherhouse, the…
Aramoun is a village in Aley District in the Mount Lebanon Governorate of Lebanon.
Ansar or Insar (Arabic أنصار, population 31,970) is a village in the Nabatieh Governorate region of southern Lebanon located between Nabatieh and Tyre, Lebanon, next to the village of doueir. During the Lebanese civil war in the 1980s it was the loc…
Silfaya is a village in Aley District in the Mount Lebanon Governorate of Lebanon.
Niha (Arabic: نيحا [ˈniħa]) is a town in the Chouf which belongs to Mount Lebanon of Lebanon. The town is 24 miles from Beirut and it has about 2,750 hectares; there are 3,500 inhabitants approximately with a Druze majority and Christian minority. …
Fakhreddine II Palace is an 17th-century palace in Deir el Qamar in Lebanon. It was built by prince Fakhreddine II in the early 17th century. It houses the Marie Baz Museum, a wax work museum.
Dahr El Maghara (also spelled Dahr El Mghara or Dahr Al Magharah; Arabic: ﺿﻬﺮ ﺍﻟﻤﻐﺎﺭﺓ) is a small Lebanese Christian village that is located (33°41′N35°27′E), about 20 km south of Beirut in the Chouf region of Mount Lebanon.
Kfarfakoud (Kfarfakud or Kafarfakoud كفرفاقود) is a village in the Chouf district of Lebanon that lies between the valleys of the coastal Lebanese chain of mountains.
Irkay (Arabic إركي) (also known as Irkey, Erki, Erkay) is a small town located in the South of Lebanon (Al Janub) between the major cities of Sidon and Sur.
Baissour is a village in Aley District of Mount Lebanon, 850 metres (2,790 ft) above sea level, 30 kilometres (19 mi) from Beirut (20 minutes driving) and 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from Aley. It shares a border with Aley, Kaifoun, Kabr Shmoon, Majdlaya,…
Aitanite/ Aitaneet is a village in Lebanon, in the West Beqaa region.
The Ain Traz Seminary of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church, located southeast of Beirut, Lebanon, has served various roles during its 200-year history. Given by the El Saad family (originally their residence), it was founded in 1811 by Melkite Patri…
Ain Ksour is a village in Aley District, Lebanon.
Basatin (also Basateen or sometimes Bustan) may refer to the following: