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Hebron City Guide

Hebron is a city at the West Bank along Mount Hebron. The city of Hebron is at about 30 kilometers south of Jerusalem. The city of Hebron lies at about 930 meters above sea level. After Jerusalem, the city of Hebron is supposed to be the second holiest city in Judaism.

The city of Hebron is famous for pottery workshops, factories of glassblowing. Hebron at Palestine is also the location of the major dairy product manufacturer, al-Juneidi. The tourists to Hebron can visits the famous historic landmark Cave of the Patriarchs which is a holy site for all three faiths of Judaism, Abrahamic faith and Christianity.

The tour to Hebron can also include visit to the Hebron archeological museum where the visitors can see the collection of artifacts from the Cannanite to the Islamic period. The visitors can also see The Oak of Abraham which is also popular by the name of Oak of Mamre. This is an ancient oak tree that is supposed to be of 5000years old.

Another interesting site at Hebron is The Well of Abraham. The tour to Hebron can also include visit to the tombs of Abner ben Ner, Jesse and Ruth. The tour at Hebron would definitely prove to be of real excitement and experience for the visistors.

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