Khenchara (Arabic: الخنشارة) is a village in Lebanon. It is situated in the Metn district (or qadaa) (Caza). It is located between Ghabet Bologna (غابة بولونيا), Bteghrine (بتغرين) and Dhour El Choueir – Ain el Sendianeh (ضهور الشوير – عين السنديانة).
The village is 30 kilometres (18.6 mi) north east of Beirut. The altitude of the village ranges from 1070 m to 1200 m. Covering an area of about 328 hectares (1.26 sq mi), this attractive village is known for its traditional red-roofed brick houses and its skilled stonemasons.
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