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Kara-Suu District

Kara-Suu is a raion of Osh Region in south-western Kyrgyzstan. Its area is 3.616 square kilometres, and its resident population was 348.645 in 2009. The capital lies at Kara-Suu.

                                               

Nookat District

Nookat is a raion of Osh Region in south-western Kyrgyzstan. Its area is 3.179 square kilometres, and its resident population was 236.455 in 2009. The capital lies at Nookat.

                                               

Uzgen District

Uzgen or Ozgon is a raion of Osh Region in south-western Kyrgyzstan. Its area is 3.308 square kilometres, and its resident population was 228.114 in 2009. The capital lies at Uzgen.

                                               

Klapkalnciems

Klapkalnciems is a part of the Engure municipality in Latvia on the seashore of the Baltic sea on the Bay of Riga.

                                               

Lugazi

Lugazi is a small town in the Valka Parish of Valka municipality in Latvia. The small community is largely a satellite town of Valka. It has a railway station, and until international services were resumed in 2008, it was the terminus of trains r ...

                                               

Akkar divisions

                                               

Populated places in Aley District

                                               

Hamat

Hamat is a village in Lebanon. It is located 287 meters atop the historic cape of Theoprosopon. It is home to the historic shrine and monastery of Our Lady of Nourieh. The village is also home to Saint Elias Church, which overlooks the Jawz River ...

                                               

Smar Jbeil

Smar Jbeil is a village located in the Batroun District in the North Governorate of Lebanon. It is located on a hill facing the Mediterranean Sea at 500 m elevation. It is one of the oldest villages in Lebanon. In the Middle Ages, the Maronites t ...

                                               

Tannourine

Tannourine is a Lebanese municipality located in the Batroun District, part of the Mohafazah of North-Lebanon, 75 km from the capital Beirut. Tannourine’s name stems from the towns geography, which resemble the convex form of an oven called the t ...

                                               

Aitaroun

Aitaroun is a Lebanese village located in the caza of Bint-Jbeil at 33.1156° North, 35.4722° East. It is on the northern border of Israel and 125 km from Beirut.

                                               

Ayta ash Shab

During the 2006 Lebanon War 85% of Ayta ash Shabs homes were destroyed, and heavy ground fighting ensued between Israeli forces and Hezbollah. On July 20, one civilian in the village was killed by Israeli fire, and three civilian villagers were k ...

                                               

Beit Yahoun

Beit Yahoun is a village in Lebanon located near Bint Jbeil, in the Nabatiye Governorate. Beit Yahoun is 117 km from Beirut. It is 950 meters above sea level and covers an area of 485 hectares.

                                               

Chalaaboun

Ernest Renan visited Chalaaboun during his mission to Lebanon and described what he found in his book Mission de Phenicie 1865-1874. Renan believe Chalaaboun was the Biblical town of Shaalabbin of the Tribe of Dan. He found a tomb similar to that ...

                                               

Maroun al-Ras

Maroun al-Ras is a Lebanese village nestled in Jabal Amel in the district of Bint Jbeil in the Nabatiye Governorate in southern Lebanon. It is located around 120 km south east of Beirut, roughly one km from the border with Israel.

                                               

Rachaf

Rachaf or Rchaf is a village in the Bint Jbeil District of the Nabatieh Governorate of Southern Lebanon, 16 kilometres from the Israel-Lebanon border.

                                               

Ramyah

In the 1596 tax records, it was named as a village, Ramiya, in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Tibnin under the liwa district of Safad, with a population of 49 households and 4 bachelors, all Muslim. The villagers paid a fixed tax-rate of 25% o ...

                                               

Rmaich

Rmeish is located in the District of Bint Jbeil, Lebanon near the Lebanese-Israeli border covering an area of 20 km 2. The ruins found in the village indicate that the area was occupied by the Romans and the Crusaders at some stage in history.

                                               

Yaroun

Yaroun occupies a hill with elevation ranging from 750 to 900 meters above sea level. The main agricultural products of Yaroun are olives, wheat, and tobacco. Yaroun lies on the border with Israel. It overlooks Saliha and Kafr Birim in the Israel ...

                                               

Bqarqacha

Bqarqacha also referred to as Bkerkasha بقرقاشا, is a village located in the Bsharri District in the North Governorate of Lebanon. Bkerkasha overlooks the Holy Valley of Qadisha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, at its highest western point under mo ...

                                               

Bsharri

Bsharri is a town at an altitude of about 1.450 m to 3.088 m. It is located in the Bsharri District of the North Governorate in Lebanon. Bsharri is the town of the only remaining and preserved original Cedars of God Cedrus libani, and is the birt ...

                                               

Kfarchouba

Kfarchouba is a Lebanese village in the Hasbaya District of the Nabatieh Governorate in Southern Lebanon. Situated in the region of Arkoub 1256 m above sea level and is 130 km from Beirut. Located on the borders of Israel and the Golan Heights, n ...

                                               

Populated places in Jbeil District

                                               

Aaramta

In the 1596 tax records, it was named as a village, Aramta, in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Sagif under the liwa district of Safad, with a population of 14 households, all Muslim. The villagers paid a fixed tax-rate of 25% on agricultural pr ...

                                               

Al Rihan

Al Rehan or is a small village located in the southern part of Lebanon, on Al Rehan mountain in Jezzine District. The village is surrounded by mountain peaks, pine and oak forests. Its altitude ranges from 740 to 1605 m and is 83 km from the capi ...

                                               

Aray, Lebanon

Aray lies on a mountaintop, overlooking Jezzine and the Bkassine forest. Aray is rich in springs and streams, especially the Aray Stream, which is the principal tributary of the Awali river in South Lebanon.

                                               

Bteddine El Loqch

Bteddine El Loqch, Btaddine El Loqsh, Btaddine Al Lokch, Btaddine Al Loqsh, is a village in South Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon. The number of registered citizens reaches 830 people, with the majority belonging to the Maronite confession. The town ...

                                               

Jarmaq

In the 1596 tax records, it was named as a village, Jarman, in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Sagif under the liwa district of Safad, with a population of 52 households and 6 bachelors, all Muslim. The villagers paid taxes on goats and beehive ...

                                               

Mlikh

Mlikh is a mountain village in the Jezzine district, located in the South Governorate in Southern Lebanon. It lies on the Al Rihan mountain chain. The village is located on a number of mountains peaks, and between the mountain peaks.

                                               

Populated places in Keserwan District

                                               

Blat, Marjayoun

In 1596, it was named as a village, Balat, in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Tibnin under the liwa district of Safad, with a population of 56 households and 2 bachelors, all Muslim. The villagers paid a fixed tax-rate of 25 % on agricultural p ...

                                               

Deir Mimas

Deir Mimas is a town 88 km south of Beirut in Lebanon. Named in honor of Saint Mamas, the town overlooks the Litani River and the medieval Beaufort Castle to the west and the snow-capped summits of Mount Hermon to the east.

                                               

Dibbine

In 1596, it was named as a village, Dibin, in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Tibnin under the liwa district of Safad, with a population of 41 households and 6 bachelors, all Muslim. The villagers paid a fixed tax-rate of 25 % on agricultural p ...

                                               

Ibl al-Saqi

In 1875, Victor Guerin found it to be a "considerable" village, with about 1000 inhabitants. 700 were "Schismatic Greek" and the rest were apparently Druze. At the north-west of the village there was an abundant stream.

                                               

Populated places in the Matn District

                                               

Ansar, Lebanon

Ansar or Insar is a village in the Nabatieh Governorate region of southern Lebanon located between Nabatieh and Tyre, Lebanon, next to the village of Doueir.

                                               

Kfar Fila

Kfar Fila, is a town in the Nabatieh Governorate, al-Nabatiya, or Nabatiye southern Lebanon. It is one of the 243 towns of Nabatieh Governorate, situated at the northern region of this district, at the other side of Al-Kateh; a shallow but wide v ...

                                               

Nmairiyeh

On July 29 2006, during the 2006 Lebanon War, Israeli war-planes killed 6 civilians, aged 8 to 56 years old. There were no Hizbollah presence in the village at the time of the attack.

                                               

Qaaqaait Al Jisr

In the 1596 tax records, it was named as a village, Qaqayit an-Nahr, in the Ottoman nahiya subdistrict of Sagif under the liwa district of Safad, with a population of 40 households, all Muslim. The villagers paid a fixed tax-rate of 25 % on agric ...

                                               

Ain El Delb

                                               

Ghazieh

Al Ghazieh is a small city in South Lebanon, near the Souths capital, the famous city Saida. It has an area of about 15sq km. Ghazieh is bordered by a number of villages in the southern and western side such as Qinnarit, Magdouche, Darb es Sim, Z ...

                                               

Irkay

Irkay is a small town located in the South of Lebanon between the major cities of Sidon and Sur. It has a population of approximately 5000 people.

                                               

Kfarmelki

Kfarmelki, is a town in the Sidon District or Saïda, Arabic: صيدا ‎ Saydā ; South Governorate, Lebanon. Kfarmelki is located in the Kaza of Saida one of Mohafazah of South Lebanon kazas districts. Mohafazah of South Lebanon is one of the eight mo ...

                                               

Miye ou Miye

Miye ou Miye is a village in southern Lebanon located 5 km East of Sidon and 45 km south of the capital Beirut and it overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. The village lies at an average altitude of 156 m above sea level. Miye ou Miyes surface stretch ...

                                               

Aalma ech Chaab

In 1875, during the late Ottoman era, Victor Guerin found here a village with 350 inhabitants, mostly Greek Orthodox, or Maronite. In 1881, the PEFs Survey of Western Palestine SWP described it:" A large Christian village, containing about 500 in ...

                                               

Yarine

In 1875, Victor Guerin found here On the east extends a sort of avenue, formerly bordered by important buildings. One remarks especially the remains of a great edifice measuring forty-five paces in length from west to east by twenty-two in breadt ...

                                               

Kfarsghab

Kfarsghab) is a village located in the Zgharta District in the North Governorate of Lebanon. It is situated in the Valley of Qadisha, which is considered a holy and spiritual place in Eastern Christianity The main religion of its residents is Mar ...

                                               

Kfarshakhna

Kfarshakhna, Kfrchakhna, or Kafarchakhna is a small village in the region of North Lebanon, with an estimated population of not more than 100 people. In Syriac language, it means the silence and tranquility.

                                               

Miziara

Miziara is a town located in the Zgharta District in the North Governorate of Lebanon. The village is home to Our Lady of Miziara, Mother of Mercies, St Elias Shrines And to Hotel Miziara the villages first hotel. The populated area called Miziar ...

                                               

Morh Kfarsghab

Morh Kfarsghab) is a village located in the Zgharta District in the North Governorate of Lebanon. Murh Kfarsghab is the winter dwellings of the people of the mountain village of Kfarsghab. It is a typical organization of pastoral and agricultural ...

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