Kamed El Loz Development Center

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Located West Bekaa Kamid al lawz (or Kamid el-Loz) is known for its archeological importance for scientists, thus this town was the site of major German archaeological excavations between 1963 and 1981, one of the most important sites in Lebanon where archaeologists found and recorded many spectacular buildings, which are very important to the history of the region. The region is also located on the borders with Syria, thus hundreds of Syrians flee from their homes to Bekaa during the past 6 years to Kamed Al Loz, while 361,104 refugees according to UNHCR are registered in Bekaa region.

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