Wadi al-Nasara

Wadi al-Nasara (Arabic: وادي النصارى‎ / ALA-LC: Wādī an-Naṣārá, Greek: Κοιλάδα των Χριστιανών, Koiláda ton Christianón, which both mean "Valley of Christians") is an area in western Syria, close to the Lebanese border and administratively belonging to the governorate of Homs.

Wadi al-Nasarah

وادي النصارى

Κοιλάδα των Χριστιανών
Wadi al-Nasarah is located in Syria
Wadi al-Nasarah
Wadi al-Nasarah
Location in Syria
Coordinates: 34°46′N 36°16′E / 34.767°N 36.267°E / 34.767; 36.267
Country Syria
GovernorateHoms Governorate
DistrictTalkalakh District
Zweitina Village
Mashta Azar Village

Most people in the area are Greek Orthodox Christians. The majority of the valley's population comes originally from Lebanon's northern Christian villages.Their migration to the nearby valley in Syria began in the mid-19th century as a result of the Mount Lebanon civil war.[1]

Wadi al-Nasara used to be a popular tourist site before the outbreak of the Syrian civil war.

Villages in the valleyEdit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Nasara Valley". Tahawolat.net. Retrieved March 18, 2018.

Coordinates: 34°46′N 36°16′E / 34.767°N 36.267°E / 34.767; 36.267