Lebanon - Northern Lebanon

Bsharreh 1400 meters above sea level is distinguishable for its traditional mountainous lifestyle, narrow streets and small shops.

From Bsharreh the road climbs some 400 meters until it reaches the last remaining forest of cedars in Lebanon. This grove of 400 trees, some more than 1,500 years old, is on the slopes of Mt. Makmal. Bsharreh is also famous for producing fruits, especially apples, pears and cherries, also, it’s an attractive place to visit in both summer and winter.

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