Bcharre is a breathtaking town in Northern Lebanon. With an altitude of 1,500 meters and a population of just 24,000 people, Bcharre has quite a rich history. It is the birthplace of the famous poet Gibran Khalil Gibran. Bcharre was also the site of a Phoenician settlement in ancient times. It is also the home of Qadisha Valley which is a
is one of the most renowned Lebanese authors. He wrote in Arabic as well as in English. His museum was formerly the Monastery of Mar Sarkis. The building houses the artist’s original paintings, drawings, and belongings.
Wadi Qadisha, which means Holy Valley, is a gorge that lies within the Bcharre and Zgharta districts in Northern Lebanon. The valley has housed Christian monastic communities for many centuries. It’s now a destination where people seek peace.
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