For years now, Dbayeh has been witnessing impressive growth, anchoring itself as the city of the future, but most importantly the city of Now.
Located at the heart of the Lebanese coast, it gathers a multitude of interests in one multifunctional hub. It represents the possibility of decentralization and the potential rise of a new metropole equidistant from the North and the South of the country.
From residential expansion to thriving businesses and cultural events, Dbayeh has it all, and it owes its present and future to its great past and the legacy that has transcended history and still lives in the historic valley of Nahr El Kalb.
Nestled alongside the river, the commemorative stelae of Nahr El Kalb combine Egyptian hieroglyphic stelae, Cuneiform inscriptions from NeoAssyrian and NeoBabylonian kings, Roman Greek and Arabic inscriptions, a memorial to Napoleon III's 1860 intervention in Lebanon and a dedication to the 1943 independence of Lebanon from France. As such, the valley amalgamates all of Lebanon's history in one place.