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> Photo Essay on the Eighteenth Annual Artas Lettuce...
> Artas Lettuce Festival Archive
> Images of the Eighteenth Annual Artas Lettuce Festival
> Hiking in Artas
> FORTY YEARS OF ORGANIZED HIKING IN ARTAS
> Artas Folklore Center's Offerings in Tourism and...
> Artas Lettuce Festival
> Announcement of the Eighteenth Annual Artas...
> Videos and Video Clips of Artas
> Photo Essays on Artas
> The Magic of Artas
> Annual Cultural Events in Palestine
> 2007 Artas Lettuce Festival: Festival Guide
> 2007 Artas Lettuce Festival Program
> Museum of Tradition and Popular Art Baitouna Al-Talhami
> The Museum of the History of Bethlehem:
> Tourism and Recreation in Artas
> Attractions of Artas
> Domestic Tourism: Mazra’a Qibliyeh Heritage and...
> Daher Travel: Artas Itineraries
Located a 10 minute drive to the South of Bethlehem near Solomon's Pools, Artas brims with delights for the senses and the imagination. The first heritage center licensed by the Palestinian Authority, the Artas Folklore Center is known for its ethnographic museum and library, restored historic buildings, lettuce festival, folklore troupe and handicrafts. There is something for everyone at Artas.
If you're the active type, explore the unique ecosystem of this lush valley at desert's edge and discover the passing parade of civilizations through one of our heritage hikes and rambles. If you would rather take it easy, have a home-cooked Palestinian meal overlooking spectacular Artas Valley and Convent of the Enclosed Garden, explore the museum and wander over to the convent.
If it's entertainment you're after, attend a Folklore show. You can even do all of the above in one day. Are you going to be here a while? Why not learn how to cook authentic Palestinian meals, do Palestinian embroidery or practice your Arabic in Artas. Find out what has made Artas the most studied village in Palestine.
For bus tours and itineraries from Jerusalem see Daher Travel: Artas Itineraries at http://www.palestine-
For Menu see Muna's Kitchen at http://www.palestine-family.net/index.php?nav=8-201