Kaftoun (Arabic: كفتون) is a small Lebanese village located along the north bank of the Walnut River, in the Koura District, North Lebanon. The population of the village is approximately three-hundred, spread around seventy-four houses. They are mostly of Greek Orthodox ancestry. The village is famous for the Moussa-Georges family. The name “Kaftoun” in the ancient Aramaic language means “dug from” or “sculpted from” a cliff and also (Kftuna) could means “the domed”.
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