Mount Lebanon (Arabic: جبل لبنان Ǧabal Libnān or Jabal Lubnan) is one of the Governorates of Lebanon. Its capital is Baabda. The majority of its population is Christian and Druze, chiefly Maronites, Greek Orthodox, and Melkite Greek Catholic. However, there are also many Muslim residents.
This governorate is named after the mountain of Mount Lebanon which spans also across the North Governorate and South Governorate.
The governorate is divided into 6 districts (Aqdya, singular - qadaa or Caza) which are:
Religion in Mount Lebanon Governorate
Christians are the majority with 51% of the population, followed by Druze (34.3%), Sunnis (7.8%), and Shi'a (6.9%).