Jisr el Hajar (also known as Kfardebian Natural Bridge) is located near the skiing area of Faqra, Lebanon. It is situated at an elevation of 1700 meters on the slopes of Mount Lebanon, and spans the stream of Nahr el Laban. It is a waterfall natural bridge made of limestone, with a span of 125 feet, a height of 70 feet, a thickness of 30 feet, and a width of 75 feet. Directions: from Beirut drive north through the Nahr el Kalb tunnel (18km from Beirut), and turn right at the Ajaltoun off ramp heading uphill towards Faraya. The bridge is found on the road between Faraya and Faqra. Photo by Jay H. Wilbur.
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