Fardis, Lebanon


Sisu XA-180, part of UNIFIL, in Fardis, 1998
Map showing the location of Kfeir within Lebanon

Location within Lebanon

Coordinates: 33°22′19″N 35°40′04″E / 33.37194°N 35.66778°E / 33.37194; 35.66778Coordinates: 33°22′19″N 35°40′04″E / 33.37194°N 35.66778°E / 33.37194; 35.66778
Grid position 143/159 L
Country  Lebanon
Governorate Nabatieh Governorate
District Hasbaya District
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
  Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Dialing code +961

Fardis (Arabic: فرديسر) is a small village the Hasbaya District in Lebanon.


In 1852 Edward Robinson noted it as a village on the road between Rachaya Al Foukhar and Hasbaya, located directly east of Kaukaba.[1]

In 1988, when the Norbatt part of UNIFIL was stationed there, the village had 500 inhabitants, all Druze.


  1. Robinson and Smith, 1856, p. 416


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