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Much in the news these days, Jerusalem is the heart the Holy Land and the gate way to the Old City which has stood the test of time through a long history of conquests, sieges, and occupations. According to the Hebrew bible Jerusalem was first built and occupied by the Jebusites, a Canaanite tribe. While much scholarly debate surrounds the dating of early peoples, there is documentation that they were…
Your homebase while participating in our programmes will be Bethlehem and Beit Sahour. These close neighbours receive the bulk of visitors to Palestine as the first port of call which has much to see, with something for everyone – hotels, restaurants, cultural and craft centres, historical sites, an old market and, of course, the Church of the Nativity in Manger Square. Since 2012, the site has been listed as a…
After the interfaith experience of Bethlehem, in Ramallah, you will see that Palestine is a country of contrasts. Central to this city is the Main Square of the Lion Heads, which leads you into numerous streets lined with shops, restaurants and coffee houses. Unlike other Palestinian cities, the presence of internationals, NGO’s, and a thriving network of university students give Ramallah a different flavour to the rest of Palestine. The…
How about visiting one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world? Jericho is a peaceful town that dates back to some 10,000 years and archaeologists have uncovered layers of 23 settlements. Jericho, also known as Ariha (fragrant in Arabic), lies 260 meters below sea level, the lowest city in the world. The town embraces a number of religious and historical sites such as the 19th century Greek orthodox…
Traveling by road 63 kilometres north of Jerusalem to Nablus, dipping in and out of lush valleys, you will be captivated by the beautiful scenery of hills dotted with olive trees and small villages. Nablus, one of the oldest cities in the world, with a rich and varied history was founded by the Roman Emperor Vespasian in 72 AD.
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