Bzoummar also Bzommar (بزمار) is a village in Lebanon. It is located 36 km northeast of Beirut at an elevation ranging between 920 and 950m above the Mediterranean. It is part of the Caza of Keserwan. Bzoummar is home to the 250 year-old Convent of the Armenian Catholic Church that was built in 1749. In 2006-2007, it became part of the Lebanese political jargon as it referred to the place of residence of the Christian leader Samir Geagea.