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Kfardebian Mzaar
Lebanon

Kfardebian Mzaar is Lebanon's largest and most popular ski resort. It is located at an altitude over 2000 meters.

Copyright: Melkan Bassil
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Caricate: 17/06/2010
Aggiornato: 18/09/2014
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Tags: ski; snowboarding; mountain; winter; snow; lebanon; mzaar; faraya
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