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Museums & Cultural Centers in Bethlehem District

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Bethlehem Museum

While in Bethlehem, you cannot miss out on the Bethlehem Museum or the Baituna al Talhami Museum. Founded in 1972, the museum offers guest a true taste of Bethlehem traditions. Walk through an old home, see the traditional wedding attire, all purpose dress of the day. Many various designs of old embroidery, jewelry, Jacquets and more.
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International Museum of Nativity

The Museum was commissioned by UNESCO under the direction of Dr. Alfredo Troisi. The International Museum of the Nativity was created to show works of high artistic quality an evocative atmosphere. Read more >>


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Palestinian Heritage Center (PHC)

The Palestinian Heritage Center (PHC) was established in 1991 in Bethlehem by Mrs. Maha Saca. The main objectives of the center are the preservation and promotion of Palestinian folklore heritage as well as the art of embroidery.
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Beit Sahour Museum

With the support of the municipality of Beit Sahour, the Museum was founded in 1991 by the citizens of the town. The museum has a great collection depicting the cultural heritage of the country, its daily life styles traditions and costumes. Read more >>


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Crib of Nativity Museum

When in Bethlehem, you cannot miss out on this Beautiful and innovative Theatre and Show. The Theatre and Museum offer visitors wonderful entertainment and a great experience. Read more >>


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Bethlehem Peace Center

Bethlehem Peace Center is located right on Manger Square, and a cultural center with the aim to promote peace, democracy, religious tolerance and cultural diversity. Read more >>


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Artas Folklore Center

Established in 1993, Artas Folklore Center was the first cultural center in the Bethlehem area to be licensed by the Palestinian Authority under the Ministry of Culture. This gave formal recognition to twenty years of work by its founder, Musa Sanad. Read more >>

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