Architecture & Interiors

Hebron – New City

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 21.12.2006:


The picture is for ein sara street, in the modern part of the city that have the municipality building and most of NGOs offices. Original Content Creator: Tareq Tamimi

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Internal Design in abraham Mosque- Hebron

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 26.10.2006:


The abraham Mosque in Hebron, the Place where Abraham spent his time. Its a beautiful place and the most touristic place in Hebron Original Content Creator: Tareq tamimi

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Inside Abraham Mosque in Hebron

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 26.10.2006:


This photo was taken inside the Abraham Mosque, Its a remarkable design and its one of the oldest designs in Hebron. Original Content Creator: Tareq Altamimi

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Conducting Visitors in Baitouna Altalhami

Contributed by Bethlehem Arab Women's Union on 16.10.2006:


This Bethlehem woman proudly shows visitors around Baitouna Altalhami, or the Old Bethlehem House, just down from the Church of the Nativity. Original Content Creator: Leyla Zuaiter

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The Museum of the History of Bethlehem

Contributed by Bethlehem Arab Women's Union on 16.10.2006:


We all eagerly await the opening of the Museum of the History of Bethlehem, which will not only bring alive the various periods of Bethlehem's history but shed light on the fascinating history of its families. Original Content Creator: Arab Women's Union

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Kandaseh

Contributed by Vinzenz Hokema on 07.07.2006:


A window is situated on top of most old Bethlehemite doors. They would be kept open at most times, thus ventilating the house as well as, more importantly, letting daylight inside in the time when there was no electricity. Traditional doors are, for reasons of statics, usually built with an arch, while t(...)

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Kandaseh

Contributed by Vinzenz Hokema on 07.07.2006:


A window is situated on top of most old Bethlehemite doors. They would be kept open at most times, thus ventilating the house as well as, more importantly, letting daylight inside in the time when there was no electricity. Traditional doors are, for reasons of statics, usually built with an arch, while t(...)

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Door of Bethlehem

Contributed by Vinzenz Hokema on 07.07.2006:


An old door in Fawaghreh St, Bethlehem, near the Market. Original Content Creator: Vinzenz Hokema

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Door of Bethlehem (13)

Contributed by Toine Van Teeffelen on 27.05.2006:


Hind Orfali El-Ama A series of paintings about Doors of Bethlehem The painting process Oil on canvas with palette knife For more about the painter, see http://www.thisweekinpalestine.com/inside.php?id=11&ed=114Her website:www.hind.se

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Door of Bethlehem (14)

Contributed by Toine Van Teeffelen on 27.05.2006:


Hind Orfali El-Ama A series of paintings about Doors of Bethlehem The painting process Oil on canvas with palette knife For more about the painter, see http://www.thisweekinpalestine.com/inside.php?id=11&ed=114Her website:www.hind.se Original Content Creator: Hind Orfali El-Ama

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