|Elevation||3,000 ft (1,000 m)|
Ras Baalbek (Arabic: ورأس بعلبك) is a village in the northern Beqaa Valley in Lebanon. Notable features include the monastery of Our Lady of Ras Baalbek (Deir Saidat ar-Ras) and two Byzantine churches. One church is in the centre of the village and the other lies to the east where some other ruins can be found that are alleged to be the remains of a Roman aqueduct. Inhabitants of the village have confirmed it was once called Connaya suggesting a link to the ancient settlement of Conna, mentioned in the work of Antonius. It is also 500 metres west of a Neolithic rock shelter called Ras Baalbek I.