Welcome to Hasroun, the "rose of the north"

The village of Hasroun is located in the district of Bsharreh, North Lebanon.
It is 105km from Beirut, and 1400m above sea level.  The origin of the name is Assyrian, meaning the pinkie.

Hasroun is one of the last villages in Lebanon to preserve its traditional red-roofed houses.  From here, a path leads to the valley of Qadisha past the old Church of Mar Mikhail (Saint Michael) and the Monastery of MarYaaqoub (Saint Jacob).

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This site was designed and written by Alan Farah
Please direct any comments or ideas to: alanfarah@hasroun.com