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Bcharré (Arabic: بشري), sometimes also spelled Bcharri, is in North Lebanon.


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There are several daily buses from Dora, a north-eastern suburb of Beirut for LL 7000. The last bus to Beirut leaves Bcharré at 4.30pm during the week and 6pm on Sundays. All information of June 2015.

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Bcharré is located between the Qornet es-Sawda, Lebanon's highest peak, and the Qadeesha or Qannoubine Valley, a beautiful narrow and green valley and in parts canyon mostly famous for its many monasteries and churches. The valley is a UNESCO world heritage site. You can descend into the valley from the town center of Bcharré. The peak is about 10 kilometers from the town center.

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