Sights & landmarks in Ramallah

Top Sights in Ramallah, Palestinian Territories

Ramallah Landmarks

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  • Simon
    8 contributions
    Zahran is a wonderful host and has created a great place to visit. It's beautiful building and has some excellent art being exhibited. Zahran can tell you all about the history of the area and his plans to continue building a cultural center. Highly recommend!
    Written March 22, 2022
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  • Rob
    Oosterhout, The Netherlands3 contributions
    Nice museum, pay 5 shekel and get a full overview of history of Palestine. Of course from the PLO perspective but bearing that in mind it is worth a visit.
    Written November 1, 2021
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  • FadiHaddad
    Nazareth, Israel131 contributions
    The church dates back to 6th century. It was destroyed several times through history.
    You may see small parts of old mosaics on the floor.
    Located on hill over looking Jordan - in clear visible day.
    Written September 20, 2017
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  • Robert Knauer
    Vancouver, WA99 contributions
    We spent a brief moment at the Yasser Arafat Square, actually a reasonably sized traffic circle, during our time in Ramallah. This is one of two main squares (traffic circles) in Ramallah, the other is Lion' Square. The Yasser Arafat Square is a very busy place with traffic moving around it.

    A water feature stands at the bottom of the monument and a flag pole with a flag of Palestine is at the top . Half way up the flagpole is a young lad climbing up toward the flag which, we were told, symbolizes the Palestinian struggle for freedom and nationhood.

    Seeing the Yasser Arafat Square is an interesting experience.
    Written May 18, 2020
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