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Holyland is a fascinating country forming a unique backdrop to people with different personalities and religious backgrounds. This is a land at the crossroads of history where profound beliefs, aspirations, and ideas have been realized. In order to appreciate and understand the Holyland, one must "see the land, what it is..." and visit the religious and archaeological sites to absorb its history.

It is unique in the sense of the values it represents, whether they are cultural, scientific or geographic. It is a junction on the Eastern Shore of the Mediterranean, joining the 3 continents of ancient World.

Holyland is at the heart of a global network of land, air and sea routes. Even those who do not have the chance to travel surely long for the birthplace of divine messages, miracles and prophets. History could be said to have originated in the Holyland, with its many pages full of stories about battles and revolutions that were regarded as turning points in the course of world events.

Holyland is blessed and characterized with an immense and outstanding range of tourist appeals. These are based on an exotic blend of the religious, historical, cultural and archaeological sites and inherent interests of ancient towns and varied scenery. The visitor encounters the remarkable physical contrasts that exist in The Holyland. In a few hours time, one can move from the sun-waved seashores to the snow capped mountains, from lush forests to scenic desert scopes.

Holyland is probably the only place in the world where geography and history are so closely cross-linked. Every inch of the land has a story to tell, every hill the scene of a battle, and every stone a monument or tomb. One cannot understand the geography of the Holyland without knowing its history and one cannot understand its history without knowing its geography. The Holyland always has been and is still making history, providing lessons for fixture generations to learn. In the process it extends the warmth of welcome and hospitality that are an age old characteristic of the Holyland people.

Distance between cities in KM
Bethlehem Nablus Hebron Jericho Jerusalem Gaza Tel Aviv - Jaffa
Bethlehem 72 26 43 10 86 73
Nablus 72 99 78 63 134 57
Hebron 26 99 67 37 94 100
Jericho 43 78 67 36 136 98
Jerusalem 10 63 37 36 92 63
Gaza 86 134 94 136 92 82
Tel Aviv - Jaffa 73 57 100 98 63 82
For more information about the Holyland, please check out the list below

"Beit Jala" My home Town




About the Olive Tree

Report on Christian Emigration: Palestine 




Sermon on the Mount

 The Wall

A letter to all Christians

Send a Prayer

The Stations of the Cross in Jerusalem


Beit Sahour








Jordan River

 El Bireh

Dead Sea


Khan Younis



Jerusalem (Al-Quds)

Al-Aqsa Mosque

Church of Dominus Flevit

Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu

Dome of the Rock

Gethsemane and Church of All Nations

Holy Sepulcher Details

The Garden Tomb

Mount of Olives and Church of the Tomb of the Virgin


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