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  • Maghdoucheh

    Eight kilometers southeast of Sidon, lies the town of Maghdouche, which originates from a Syriac word meaning “crop collectors”, and is also another name for “holy” in Seryani and Arameic. Knowing that the town has always been famous for its top quality orange-blossom water and its rich agriculture explains the origin of the first appellation. The second one is inspired by early Christian times when the Virgin Mary, who accompanied her son Jesus to Sidon, waited for him to finish his preaching at the top of the hill where Maghdouche is today.

    By: Notes Of Traveler