Jounieh is a coastal city about 16 km (10 mi) north of Beirut, Lebanon. Jounieh is known for its seaside resorts and bustling nightlife, as well as its old stone souk, ferry port, and cablecar (le télphérique), which takes passengers up the mountain to the shrine of Our Lady of Lebanon in Harissa. Above Jounieh, and on the way to Harissa, a small hill named Bkerké, overlooking the Jounieh bay, is the seat of the Patriarch of the Maronite Catholic Church. Residents of Jounieh and the surrounding towns are overwhelmingly Christian Maronites. Consequently, Jounieh is considered to be the largest Christian Maronite city in the World. The Bay of Jounieh is considered to be the most beautiful bay in Lebanon.
- Casino du Liban: Casino du Liban offers gaming and shows and is located in the northern part of Jouniyeh.
- Lebanese Heritage Museum: Lebanese Heritage Museum displays items related to the culture and history of Lebanon.
- Téléphérique: The téléphérique is a gondola lift that operates between Jounieh and Harissa. It offers the passengers beautiful panoramic views of the bay of Jounieh and the coast all the way to Beirut.
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