Mazboud is one of the Lebanese villages in the Chouf District in the Mount Lebanon Governorate. It is bordered by Shihim Al-Zaouriya, Aanout, Ketermaya Dalhoun Al-Mughairiya. Mazboud is distinguished by its old neighborhood, which is located in the center of the town, where the first houses were built in its history. It is also located in the Al-Ain-Bjero area, as Mazboud witnessed historical events in that area that left behind traces, most notably the cave of Prince Korkmaz. The mosque of Mazboud is considered one of its most important symbols, as it is distinguished by its beauty and antiquity.