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Local Architecture: Old Bethlehem (11)
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submitted by Fadi Abu Akleh on 25.01.2010
Copyright (2010) Fadi Abu Akleh

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Caravan passing by the mosque of Bilal Ibn Rabah (Rachel's Tomb), photo likely taken in the 19th century. Bethlehem was a passing station for traders and pilgrims (when traveling to the south, on their way to Hebron, the city of patriarch Ibrahim/Abraham).
On the background Beit Jala.

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