30+ Breathtaking Pictures Of Kfarselwan In Lebanon

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Kfarselwan, originally Kfar Silwan, is a scenic village located in the Baabda district in Mount Lebanon at 1,380 metersย above sea level.

It is a fertile land, rich in springs and ponds, and home to wild tree species, breathtaking lakes, and the deepest natural cave in Lebanon, Ain el Tine, which makes the area a great hiking destination.

Kfarselwan also holds historical, spiritual, and cultural importance, with religious sites pertaining to the Christian and the Druze communities.

It was once home to revolutionaries, local peasants who revolted against the taxation attempts of Emir Bashir Shihab II, in the early 1790s.

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30+ Breathtaking Pictures Of Kfarselwan In Lebanon

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