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Bagpipes in the Enclosed Garden

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

Bagpipes were among the instruments heard in the Soler Park, another instrument mastered by Khalil Qaraqa, musician from...

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The Poet of Abu Dis

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

The Poet of Abu Dis's Ru'iya or Vision continues to captivate the crowd in the Soler Park belonging to the Nuns of the..

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Pensive Pose in Soler Park, Artas

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

This member of the Artas Folklore Center'a Folklore Troupe looks pensive as he listens to the poetry recited by a member of...

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A Theatrical Sketch by Ru’iya or Vision of Abu Dis

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

The members of the organization of Ru'iya or Vision from Abu Dis perform a theatrical sketch underlining Palestinian's...

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The Artas Folklore Troupe at the Convent of the…

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

Having sung and danced all the way from the Solomon's Pools,Abu Lutfi and the members of the Artas Folklore Troupe, take a...

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Brass Coffeepot and Lettuce

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

Awad Abu Sway, the moderator of the Eighteeth Annual Artas Lettuce Festival, (right) takes a break on the steps leading to...

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Distributing Lettuce at the Eighteenth Annual…

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

This man helps distribute lettuce in the area in front of the Artas Folklore Center before visitors prepare to depart.

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Let the Lettuce Come or Let the Children Come

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

Children eating Lettuce in front of the Artas Folklore Center

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Backpack Full of Lettuce

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

This woman will return home with a backpack full of lettuce from the Eighteenth Annual Artas Lettuce Festival.

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Two Lovely Women in Thobs at the Artas Folklore Center

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 23.04.2012:

Beyond the two women is visible the Mosque of Omar and the Convent of the Hortus Conclusus.

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