About two miles west of Bethlehem, Beit Jala, a village situated between olive groves and vineyards, with stunning stonemasonry and a spectacular view of Jerusalem. The unique location of the city and the moderate climate makes it a popular summer destination for visitors looking for clean, peaceful environment and beautiful scenery.

In recent years it has become in Beit Jala, known for its modern hotels and good restaurants offering a variety of foods to please different tastes. Olive oil is one of the main products of the people. Has a unique flavor characteristic of the trees in the area. One of the most important monuments in Beit Jala is the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, established in 1925 and the name of the patron saint of Beit Jala.
Ministry of tourism, antiquities


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