Located on the border of Samarian mountains, Tulkarem was settled by the Canaanites in 3000 BC Tomb of the early Canaanite period were discovered on the outskirts of the city. He later became a Roman named as Birat Soriqa and the Islamic period onwards was known as Tulkarem. The city had its importance when the Ottomans became the capital of the region.

The Archaeological Museum of Tulkarem, which is located in the center of the city includes many artifacts from the Roman period onwards. There are many historic sites in Tulkarem, including the tomb of Daughters of Jacob and Roman Irtah press.


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