Virtual Jerusalem: An Online Tour of Jerusalem
Tour
Virtual Jerusalem
Bab El-Magharbeh: Dung Gate
Our People's History
Bab El-Magharbeh (Dung Gate) - Owes its name to the community from the Maghreb, which settled below Al-Haram Al-Sharif at the end of the 12th century.
Home > Palestine > Tour > Virtual Jerusalem > Bab El-Magharbeh: Dung Gate

Bab El-Magharbeh

Bab El-Magharbeh owes its name to the community from the Maghreb, which settled below Al-Haram Al-Sharif at the end of the 12th century. It leads to the esplanade and Al-Haram al-Sharif.

Do you know something we don't?
Contact Us
Added: June 2006
Comments powered by Disqus

Remember this Website?

  1. Link to this page (copy/paste into your own website or blog):

Thank you for supporting WebGaza!

Virtual Gaza Strip: An Online Tour of Gaza Strip
Palestine Recipes: A Collection of Recipes from Palestine
Palestinian Costume: A Collection of Traditional Costumes from Palestine
Palestinian Crafts: A Collection of Traditional Crafts from Palestine
Virtual Palestine: An Online Tour of Palestine
 
WebGaza.net: Informational Resources about Gaza Strip and Palestine - North Gaza, Gaza, Deir El Balah, Khan Younis and Rafah.
People Profiles from our Homeland Jerusalem (Al-Quds)

North Gaza : Gaza : Deir El Balah : Khan Younis : Rafah
© 2006 WebGaza.net: Informational Resources about Gaza Strip and Palestine.
Terms of Use : Privacy Policy : Fair Use Notice

Bab El-Magharbeh: Dung Gate