Arida (Arabic: العريضة) is a village in northern Lebanon, on the Syrian border, which is formed by the mouth of the Nahr al-Kabir al-Janoubi. It is located in the Akkar District of the Akkar Governorate. Its inhabitants are Sunni Muslims. The Arida Border Crossing is the coastal border crossing between Lebanon and Syria.
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