Douar

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Ed-Douar
الدوار
Village
Map showing the location of Douar within Lebanon
Map showing the location of Douar within Lebanon
Ed-Douar
Location within Lebanon
Coordinates: 33°50′39″N 35°39′35″E / 33.84417°N 35.65972°E / 33.84417; 35.65972Coordinates: 33°50′39″N 35°39′35″E / 33.84417°N 35.65972°E / 33.84417; 35.65972
Country  Lebanon
Governorate Mount Lebanon Governorate
District Matn District
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Dialing code +961

Douar or Ed-Douar (Arabic: الدوار‎) is small, mainly Maronite, village located in the Metn District of the Mount Lebanon Governorate of Lebanon. Douar means "tent", which shows the independence of the village.?

Location[edit]

The municipality of Douar is located in the Kaza of Matn one of is one of the eight mohafazats (governorates) of Lebanon. Douar is 28 kilometers (17 miles) away from Beyrouth (Beirut) the capital of Lebanon. Its elevation is 1,150 meters (3,770 feet; 1,260 yards) above sea level. Douar surface stretches for 132 hectares (1.32 square kilometres; 0.51 square miles).[1]

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