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What to See in Palestine!



The host city for the conference, and it is the economic capital of Palestine. It is Located between the mountains of Ebal and Gerizim. The city of Nablus is best known for its gorgeous historical old city, delicious mouth-watering Kenafeh and traditional Nablus soap made with olive oil. Make sure while you are in Nablus to visit Sebastia, which contains many relics and archeological remains from different ages and eras. 



Named ‘Al Khalil’ in Arabic, after the prophet Abraham. This city is full of history and heritage. In Hebron you can see and visit the Ibrahimi Mosque, Hebron old city and the tomb of patriarchs where the Patriarchs and their wives are buried is deep underground, and now people pray in a building on top of it. Don’t leave Hebron before buying a traditional Palestinian keffiyeh (The traditional Palestinian scarf is known as Kufiya, Keffiyeh or Hatta) from the last Palestinian factory that still produces this traditional scarf. 



The eternal capital of Palestine, and home for 3 of the major religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Here you can find Al Aqsa mosque, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the historical Jerusalem walls surrounding the old city, with 11 doors leading to this historical place. Don’t forget while you are there to try the very famous Jerusalem bagel with some Falafel, and meet the amazing people living there.



The birthplace of Jesus Christ. This city is one of the oldest and most gorgeous cities in Palestine. If you visit this city, you will find amazing places to see such as the church of the nativity, where it is believed that the Jesus Christ was born. In Bethlehem, you can also visit Herodium, King Herod's Palace-Fortress. Make sure while you are there to visit the Palestinian heritage center which is a unique place to get to know the Palestinian culture and identity better.