Kfarhazir

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Kfarhazir is an Eastern Orthodox village in Koura District of Lebanon. It is 360 metres above sea level, and has the area of 12.1 square kilometres (4.69 sq mi) with a population of about 2000. [1]

Location and Geography[edit]

Kfarhazir lies on a strategic hill in Koura, overlooking the Koura fields and towns from the east, and the Mediterranean sea from the west. Five minutes away from the sea, 35 minutes away from the mountains, and 50 minutes away from Beirut.

Churches[edit]

There are 5 Christian Churches in Kfarhazir.

  • Church of Saint James (Eastern Orthodox)......
  • Church of Al Sayydeh (Eastern Orthodox)
  • Church of Saints Theodoros and George (Eastern Orthodox)
  • Church of Saint Elias (Eastern Orthodox)
  • Church of Saint Takla (Maronite Catholic)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Localiban article on Kfarhazir