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Battir - بتّير : Journey into the History of Battir

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Posted by Hussam Owaineh on April 29, 2011
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Battir, Bittir, Palestine, بتير فلسطين Battir stories, people and culture worth remembering.
Battir an amazing landscape of nature, The village of Battir's archaeological site contains the foundations of buildings, pools, floors, paved with mosaics and many of debris. It has a lot of beautiful landscape, and it combines civilization and nature in a different way.
Crossing the territory of the village is a railway which connects Jerusalem with Jaffa, and can then move them to many of the Palestinian territories through a network of railways company carried out by France in favor of the Ottoman government ,and gained a reputation for the village as the last stop of the train to Jerusalem, was having its center of a neighboring villagers who wish to travel to Jerusalem to visit, work or sell their products in the same way and then return to the village and from there to the neighboring villages. And now it passes beside a school for children. and through walking you can see the fountains around the village it almost gives life with water to this village.
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