Ramallah am Kreisel
West Bank

Ramallah, 70.000 Einwohner, ein Erholungszentrum, das besonders von den Arabern Jerusalems gern aufgesucht wird. Grüne Gärten, einladende Restaurants und orientalische Cafes prägen das Stadtbild, das im Autoverkehr erstickt. Ramallah gilt als "heimliche Hauptstadt" des Palästinensergebietes.

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Updated: 08/07/2014


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