Kfour el-Arbi is a village in the Batroun aeea of North Lebanon. Its name in English translates to "the downhills."

The village has a population of around 2,000 people.

Roman monetary pieces engraved with the head of the Emperor Constantine have been discovered in the town, in addition to a historical fountain, an old Byzantine church, sarcophagi and old cemeteries on the mountainside. The town is also home to the Church of Saydet Al-Qalaa Al-Ajaibiyyeh, built in an elevated place between the suburbs of Hardine and Al-Kfour. The church structure, which is surrounded by ruins, is an old temple encased inside a natural cave.

Kfour el-Arbi

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