30+ Photos Of The Splendid Village Of Ghosta In Lebanon

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The village of Ghosta in Keserwan is an ideal place for a getaway from Beirut, which is just 36 kilometers away.

Perched on top of a mountain overlooking the ravishing bay of Jounieh, Ghosta has a 360-degree view of the coast and the mountains, offering breathtaking sceneries.

This enchanting Lebanese village is nestled in nature and surrounded by a beautiful forest of pines and oaks that adds to its charm.

It is home to religious and historic monuments, stunning nature, and a clean atmosphere.

Among its architectural and religious shrines are the Ain Warka school, which dates back to 1660, the Kreim Monastery founded in 1720, the Mar Semaan church, and Lebanon’s tallest statue of Jesus Christ, made of resin and fiberglass and standing 17 meters tall.

A masterpiece of art that rotates at the base every day at 3 pm.

If you want to be transported to the stunning village of Ghosta while at home, check these amazing pictures of the village: