Palestine: Travel/Tourist Information Guide

The territory of Palestine is separated into three separate entities: the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza Strip. The capital is East Jerusalem, although it is claimed, but not recognized internationally. 

The territory of Palestina is considered Holy Land for three of the major religions in the world: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. There are landmarks that represent each religion. The shrines of Judaism in Palestine are the most important in ancient religion such as Temple Mount and the Western Wall. The shrines of Christianity in Palestine are also the most important ones, such as the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Chruch of Nativity. When it comes to the shrines od Islam you can find in Palestine the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Dome of the Rock.

Apart from buildings that represent different religions there are also some natural landmarks that can be found in Palestine among which are the Oak of Mamre which is considered to be even 5,000 years old and al-Badawi - a tree that is also considered to be about 5,000 years old.

There are also many man-made heritages. Here we can mention the Shuqba Cave, the City of David etc, many tombs of famous people and all other different buildings and natural phenomena which are amazing to see.

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