Hebron Travel Guide

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Al-Khalil Protocol between PNA and Israel on 20 January 1997

Al-Khalil Protocol between PNA and Israel on 20 January 1997

B. Tamimi

Hebron is quite a nice city. Unfortunately it is also a place of religious tensions due to the fact that it is seen by both Moslems and Jews as a very holy place; the graves of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are to be found in the old center. 

If you visit Hebron the grave of Abraham is one of the places you should not miss. It has two entrances: one for the mosque part and one for the synagogue part. Both are heavily guarded.

The souq (or market) is a very lively place and has some good bargains. On market days you are likely to see women in traditional Palestinian garb.

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February 04, 2006 change by jordangroove

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