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Aaiha ايحه is a village in Lebanon. The village is known as the site of the "fountain of the Hasbani (Jordan river)", a temporary wetland, an ancient temple and rock carvings created by the Qaraoun culture, Phoenicians, the Romans, and other civilisations and cultures such as that have conquered the region and enjoyed the fertile soil of the Bekaa Valley.

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Visiting in the ruins and cave at the "fountain of the Hasbani" in Aaiha is free.

  • Aaiha temple. 1st century A.D.





El-Sahili guesthouse in nearby Rashaya is spacious (sleeps 5-6) and costs around USD30-40 per night.

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