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Entrance to a monk’s cell in the mountain above St. George

Contributed by James Prineas on 01.05.2006:


The Monastery of St. George (Choziba) is a few kilometers from Jericho along the valley known as Wadi Kelt. The Greek-Orthodox monastery is open to visitors and is richly decorated and quite serene. At the time of our visit it was occupied by only 2 monks.It is buit at the cave in which Elias was said to(...)

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Tourists ascending to the Monastery of St. George (Choziba)

Contributed by James Prineas on 01.05.2006:


The Monastery of St. George (Choziba) is a few kilometers from Jericho along the valley known as Wadi Kelt. The Greek-Orthodox monastery is open to visitors and is richly decorated and quite serene. At the time of our visit it was occupied by only 2 monks.It is buit at the cave in which Elias was said to(...)

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Monastery of St. George

Contributed by James Prineas on 01.05.2006:


The Monastery of St. George (Choziba) is a few kilometers from Jericho along the valley known as Wadi Kelt. The Greek-Orthodox monastery is open to visitors and is richly decorated and quite serene. At the time of our visit it was occupied by only 2 monks.It is buit at the cave in which Elias was said to(...)

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Bridge at St. George

Contributed by James Prineas on 01.05.2006:


The Monastery of St. George (Choziba) is a few kilometers from Jericho along the valley known as Wadi Kelt. The Greek-Orthodox monastery is open to visitors and is richly decorated and quite serene. At the time of our visit it was occupied by only 2 monks.It is buit at the cave in which Elias was said to(...)

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Monastery of St. George

Contributed by James Prineas on 01.05.2006:


The Monastery of St. George (Choziba) is a few kilometers from Jericho along the valley known as Wadi Kelt. The Greek-Orthodox monastery is open to visitors and is richly decorated and quite serene. At the time of our visit it was occupied by only 2 monks.It is buit at the cave in which Elias was said to(...)

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Artas Lettuce Festival Program 2006

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 01.04.2006:


The natural and cultural heritage of the Artas valley is one of the themes of this year's Artas Lettuce Festival as shown in the festival poster. Since the Lettuce Festival was established 12 years ago, many more such agricultural festivals have come to be associated with certain towns or villages at certai(...)

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The Arab Educational Institute-Open Windows (AEI): Worthy Resource and Partner for Palestinian Tourism

Contributed by Paltour News on 18.03.2006:

submitted by Paltour News 02.03.2006

By Leyla Zuaiter

A few minutes from Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity on Milk Grotto Street, is a veteran institution which deserves to be better-known. Its unique multi-stranded programs aimed at developing and communicating Palestinian identity, incorporate many activities allied to the fields of tourism and recreation. In the AEI’s view,(...)

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Family History Based Tourism: Case in Point– Artas Folklore Center, the Twelfth Annual Lettuce Festival, April 7, 8 and 9, 2006, and Palestine-family.net.

Contributed by Paltour News on 18.03.2006:

submitted by Paltour News 02.03.2006

The village of Artas, near the Solomon’s pools just south of Bethlehem ,enjoys a particularly rich and varied tangible and intangible heritage, which has been studied by local and foreign scholars almost continuously for over one and a half centuries--thus earning it the distinction of the most studied village in Palestine, and providing it with muc(...)

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Documenting the History of the City of Jerusalem and its Families

Contributed by Arab Educational Institute on 18.03.2006:


Family stories are one thing but documenting them is quite another, as Bashir Barakat, director of the Issaf Nashashibi Center for Culture and Literature well knows. As a result of his research members of Jerusalem's families requesting his services have discovered which part of their family's oral history i(...)

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Contributed by IssafNashashibi Center For Culture And Literature on 18.03.2006:


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