Haret Al Fawar, Haret el Fouar, Haret El-Fouar, (Arabic: حارة الفوار) is a village in Zgharta District, in the Northern Governorate of Lebanon.
The population is Maronite Christian and Sunni Muslim.
Haret Al Fawar is located at the foot of Terboul Mountain, above the Qoubah district, near Mejdelayah district. It is 200 metres (660 ft) above sea level. A foothill next to the mountains, made the nature of the village arises its neighborhood, and surrounded by valleys-like. The name was originated from a stream that was the main source of drinking water for the villagers. This stream used to flush over the valley.
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