Cities of Palestine
- The city of Jerusalem is considered the cradle of the three monotheistic religions, Islam, Christianity, and Judaism
- Jerusalem’s history dates back more than five thousand years. It is thus considered one of the oldest cities in the world
- Throughout these ages, it has been nicknamed by many titles, the most important of which are the city of Yabus, Elijah, and Jerusalem.
- The city of Jerusalem is a global tourist destination visited by many people around the world due to its religious and historical importance; It includes many important religious monuments; Like the Dome of the Rock, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
- Jerusalem is divided into 4 main neighborhoods: the Islamic neighborhood, the Christian neighborhood, the Armenian neighborhood, and the Jewish neighborhood.
- Gaza City is located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, 32 km north of the Egyptian border.
- Gaza City is an important economic center for the cultivation of citrus and other crops. The city is also famous for its hand-woven carpets, bamboo furniture, and pottery.
- It has many public gardens and restaurants on its shore, whose visitors enjoy the gentle Mediterranean breeze, in addition to its historical importance.
- The city of Bethlehem is located 10 km south of the Old City of Jerusalem.
- The reason for calling it Bethlehem is due to the abundance of meat in it due to the abundance of fertile pastures and livestock.
- The city of Bethlehem is an ancient Canaanite city inhabited by the Canaanites for a long time, and they called it Beit Elie Lahma, where El means god.
- Bethlehem is located in a mountainous location at an altitude of 772 m above the level of the Mediterranean Sea, and therefore it enjoys a Mediterranean climate where the summer is hot Dry, cold, and rainy winters.
- Bethlehem has acquired a special religious sanctity for Christians as the birthplace of Jesus Christ.