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Hebron

Hebron - description of the city:

Hebron is city of Palestinian Territory (West Bank). The population of Hebron: 160,470 people. Geographic coordinates of Hebron: 31.53333 x 35.1.

Country Palestinian Territory
International title Hebron
Population 160,470 people
Timezone Asia/Gaza
State West Bank
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 31.53333 x Longitude: 35.1

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Places to visit in Hebron

  • Cave of the Patriarchs
  • Abraham Avinu Synagogue
  • Sheikh Ali al-Bakka Mosque
  • Abraham's Oak Holy Trinity Monastery
  • Mamre
  • Bet Hadasa Museum of History of Jewish Settlement in Hebron
  • Grave of Rabbanit Menucha Rachel
  • Land of Judea Antiquities Museum
  • Al-Hussin Mosque
  • Alia mosque

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