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Falougha-Khalouat is located in Lebanon
Location in Lebanon
Coordinates: 33°50′15″N 35°44′26″E / 33.83750°N 35.74056°E / 33.83750; 35.74056Coordinates: 33°50′15″N 35°44′26″E / 33.83750°N 35.74056°E / 33.83750; 35.74056
Country Lebanon
Governorate Mount Lebanon
District Baabda
 • Total 1,563 ha (3,862 acres)
Elevation 1,250 m (4,100 ft)

Falougha-Khalouat (Arabic: فالوغا‎‎) is a municipality in the Baabda District of Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon. The municipality consists of the villages of Falougha and Khalouat Falougha. It is 35 kilometers east of Beirut.[1] Falougha-Khalouat has an average elevation of 1,250 meters above sea level and a total land area of 1,563 hectares.[1] In 2010, Falougha had 2,368 registered voters while Khalouat Falougha had 485.[2]

There is a public school in the village with 74 students as of 2007 and a local hospital with thirty beds.[1] There are seven companies that each employ over five employees operating in Falougha.[1] 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.[2][3]


  1. ^ a b c d "Falougha - Khalouat". Localiban. Localiban. 2007-12-18. Retrieved 2016-02-09. 
  2. ^ a b "Elections municipales et ikhtiariah au Mont-Liban" (pdf). Localiban. Localiban. 2010. p. 19. Retrieved 2016-02-12. 
  3. ^ "Druze communities in the Middle East". British Druze Society. Archived from the original on September 11, 2011.