|Falougha - Khalwat Falougha|
|• Total||1,563 ha (3,862 acres)|
|Elevation||1,250 m (4,100 ft)|
Falougha - Khalwat Falougha (Arabic: فالوغا) is a municipality in the Baabda District of Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon. The municipality consists of the villages of Falougha and Khalwat Falougha. It is 35 kilometers east of Beirut. Falougha - Khalwat Falougha has an average elevation of 1,250 meters above sea level and a total land area of 1,563 hectares. In 2016, Falougha had 3,400 registered voters while Khalwat Falougha had 600.
There is a public school in the village with 150 students as of 2016 and a local hospital with thirty beds. There are seven companies that each employ over five employees operating in Falougha. Falougha has a mixed population of Druze and Christians from the Maronite, Melkite (Greek Catholic) and Greek Orthodox denominations, while Khalouat Falougha's inhabitants are entirely Druze. Falougha is a mixture of a typical Lebanese village, where you can enjoy the magic of its nature and the extreme hospitality, and a small city where you can enjoy the night life and the smooth entertainment environment. It is a four seasons resort, changing colors from yellow tint in autumn, to mostly white in winter, to multi-colored in spring and dark green in summer.
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