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The Lebanese South - South of Lebanon Preface 1 I...

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South of Lebanon Preface 1. Introduction 2. The villages and churches of the south Ain Ebel - Saydeh church Debel - Mar Gerges church Qauzah - Mar Youssef church Rmaich – Mar Gerges and Al- Tajalli church 3. References
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Ain Ebel Ain Ebel is a village situated in the heart of the south and is located in the district of Bint Jbeil, Nabatiye governorate. Ain eEel occupies several hills with elevation ranging from 750 to 850 meters above sea level. The summers are dry and very pleasant with average temp of 25-27 *C. The people of Ain Ebel cultivate their land and produce olives , almonds, chest nuts, pecans, grapes, figs, and apples. The people of Ain Ebel are the followers of the Maronite Catholic Church. Al – Saydeh Church
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Al – Saydeh Church -also known as our lady of Ain Ebel -is a maronite catholic church built in the year 1862 by the people of Ain Ebel with the help of Italian engineers. The church is currently under the supervision of father Hanna.
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Inside picture of Al-Saydeh Church, The Altar .
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