Aarsal
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  • Published on: 4 December 2007 - Last Updated : 4 December 2007
  • Distance from Beyrouth : 124 km - 77.05 mi.

    Altitude : 1550 m - 5085.3 ft - 1695.1 yd.

    Surface : 31694 ha - 316.94 km² - 122.37 mi².

    Population : There are 13595 residents in Aarsal.

    Municipal elections : In the last municipal elections of 2004, Aarsal counted 20883 resgitered voters of which 11274 actual voters.

    Schools : Aarsal account 12 schools, 5 public school and 7 private schools. Thus, 1969 students are schooled in the public institution, and 1923 are schooled in the private ones.

    Hospitals : There are no hospitals in Aarsal per say.

    Indicator of economic dynamism : There are 30 companies with more than 5 employees in Aarsal.

    Map of the road network :

    Map of desertification risk :

    Map of rivers and water springs :

    Map of zones with fire risks :

    Map of forest zones :

    Sources : CDR (10/12/2002)

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