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title: Bethlehem Folklore Museum (7): Kitchen
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submitted by Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program on 29.08.2009
Copyright (2009) Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program

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Pottery (left table) has played a great role in everyday life for thousands of years, especially in the kitchen. The utensils are made of while clay. The clay is taken out from layers of soil in the Bethlehem area, and the utensils are hand-made by women. Clay is mixed with straw, then dried in the sun or inside an oven.

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