King David’s Wells are three water cisterns located within the grounds of the Catholic Action Center
A stroll through the historical sites of Bethlehem offers beautiful views of curvy stone, topped by rocky arches, and of domed houses with beautifully ornamented doors, windows, and smaller openings that move the spirit and stimulate the mind.
Historically known as Haret el-Tarajmeh (the quarter of the interpreter’s clan), Star Street was the main artery leading to the Old City and the Nativity Church
Located a few meters away from the Nativity Church, Hosh Al Syrian, or the Syriac Quarter, dates back to the period between the 17th and 20th centuries.
Bethlehem’s historic center stretches in a North-South axis on top of a ridge that overlooks the Jerusalem hills
The city of Beit Jala, which translates from Aramaic as “home of the grass carpet,”
The city of Beit Sahour and its Old Core are just a stone-throw away from Bethlehem.
The Souq, or the traditional marketplace, is located in the city’s Old Core.
For over two thousand years, Solomon Pools in the south of Bethlehem has been steeped in legend.