Chouf, Lebanon in 15 Amazing Photos

Chouf is a historical region in . Located south-east of , Chouf gathers history, culture, and nature!

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Our beloved cedars?from last trip with @LiveLoveTours ???

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Al Chouf Biosphere Reserve is the largest one in .

It goes from Dahr Al Baidar in the north to Niha Mountain in the south. The reserve encloses three Cedar forests which constitute 25% of the remaining cedars in

Chouf is one of the best swimming destinations in Lebanon!

It looks like paradise!

This is the town square in Chouf where everyone stops by to drink water from the fountain.

The 19th century Beiteddine Palace

This is the President’s official summer residence. Some parts of the palace are open to the public!

The authentic Lebanese houses in Chouf are Instagram-worthy!

It must feel wonderful having breakfast on these small balconies!

You must visit Moussa Castle which is a Lebanese landmark! T

The man behind it, Moussa Al Maamari, built the castle years later after his wealthy crush, Sayyeda, told him that he could talk to her when he owns a palace.

Moussa Castle contains figurines that portray scenes of the village’s life.

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Live in colors ? #MightyLebanon

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It also features artifacts, gemstones, clothing, and 32,000 weapons. It’s a heritage museum where you can go back in time. Read more.

Hiking is definitely one of the best activities you can do in Chouf!

There are many things that you must see! While you’re there, take amazing photos!

Chouf is mesmerizing in winter!

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That perfect moment #wintersun

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ليه في احلى من لبنان ❤️??

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