The serene village of Saghbine is located in southern Lebanon in the West Bekaa district. It’s around 73 kilometers from Beirut, nearly a 90-minute drive from the capital.
“The Angry People”
Speaking about the origin of the town’s name @LebCulHist tweeted: “Syriac: “Zo3pin” (ܙܳܥܦܺܝܵܢ) from the Hebrew root “זעף” (Zghf) implying “Anger & Sensitivity”. Thus the name of the town means: “The Angry People.”