JERUSALEM Jerusalem

 A holy city for Judaism, Christianity and Islam, Jerusalem has forever had a symbolic value. Among its 220 historic monuments, stands the Dome of the Rock, built in the seventh century and decorated with beautiful geometric and floral. It is recognized by all three religions as the … Continue

Nativity, Bethlehem Bethlehem

    A  town in the West Bank which is  about 10 km south of Jerusalem. It has a population of around 30,000 people, predominantly Muslims and Palestinian Christians. The Christian community here are one of the oldest in the world. The city extends up to the … Continue

the Dead Sea Jericho and the Dead Sea

  Jericho (in Arabic: A Riha) is a Palestinian city located in the West Bank of Jordan. Its name means « moon » indicating that the city was an early centre of worship for lunar deities. It is the lowest city in the world at 250 meters below sea … Continue

Tiberiade Tiberias

  Tiberias and the Lake of Galilee: Located in the northern landscapes, Lake Tiberias houses a remarkable number of sacred Christian sites. The small village of Tabgha boasts a sixth century basilica commemorating the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and a small church, built at … Continue

Nazareth Nazareth

Nazareth (Al Nasira)  Is the Eastern largest city of Galilee and probably the city most visited by tourists. Archeological evidence indicates that it was once a farming village of only a few dozen families. With a population of some 65,000 inhabitants today, Nazareth is the most important  … Continue

Jaffa Jaffa

Jaffa According to Christian legend, the city bears the name of Japheth, the third son of Noah, who built the city after the flood. For others, the name « Jaffa » or « Jaffa » is derived from the word « Yofi (beauty). The archaeological and documentary evidence certifies that Jaffa was … Continue

Haïfa Haifa

  Haifa and Mount Caramel:   Placed under the supervision of the British mandate in Palestine, it was integrated later into the territory of Israel in 1948. In the 19th century it was already an important industrial port with a population of 20,000 inhabitants, 84% Muslims and … Continue

Saint Jean d'Acre Acre

  Acre: Located north of the Bay of Haifa, it is surrounded by the sea, azure waters stretching languidly along the city’s walls. Mosques, churches, minarets, towers and old buildings stand tall reaching up to the sky and dominate this ancient city protected by a wall which … Continue

verier - Hebron Hebron – Al-Khalil

One of the oldest cities in the Middle East, it is located in the south of the West Bank, 30 km south of Jerusalem. Archaeological excavations reveal traces of strong fortifications dated to the Early Bronze Age. The city was destroyed in a conflagration, and resettled in the … Continue

Ramalha Ramallah

  Ramallah the economic center of Palestine and the provisional administrative capital of the Palestinian Authority, located in the hilly area of central West Bank, about 15 miles north of Jerusalem. The average altitude of the city is 900 m. Its charm lies in its people, its … Continue

konafa - Naplouse Nablus

  A city in the northern West Bank,  approximately 63 kilometers north of Jerusalem, Located in a strategic position between Mount Ebal and Mount Gerizim. The mountainous landscapes, the city’s soap plant, its olive oil and oriental pastries- the « Kenafa » – are among the many charms of … Continue