The Afka Falls, also known as Apheca Falls, on the Ibrahim River, are situated between the villages Majdel and Aaqoura, at the Afka Cave (appr. 34° 4'3.53"N 35°53'31.96"E). The Ibrahim River emerges from the Afka Cave, which is situated at the foot of an about 500 metres high limestone cliff-wall, in the Lebanon Range.
Lebanon 1930, Afka Falls.
Lebanon 1961, Akfa Cave and Afka Falls.
The stamp with value 40p is existing from the year 1962 with slightly higher digit 40p.
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Lebanon 1962, Akfa Cave and Afka Falls.