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The Balamand Monastery (historically called Belmont, Bellimontis ultra Mare or Bellus-Mons), is an Antiochian Orthodox monastery founded in 1157 in Balamand, County of Tripoli, now in the Koura District, in Northern Lebanon.
- Louis J. Lekai: The Cistercians: Ideals and Reality, Kent State University Press, 1977. ISBN 0-87338-201-3.
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