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Posted by اسيد مخالفة on April 16, 2009
Calves village is located to the north-west of the city of Ramallah, about 20 km away is a municipality of Bani Zaid high above sea level up to 500 meters through the road linking the main branch and 1.4 km long.

Urban Village covers an area of about 175 dunums, with a land area of about 6640, growing olives and more olives cultivated area of 1500 acres, and takes the territory of the village, villages Arurp, the mother described, and Atara, and Aboyn.

The population of the village in 1922 about 202 people, and in 1945 350 people, and after the aggression of June 1967 the number of inhabitants according to Statistics Zionist 518 inhabitants, this number had increased to reach in 1987 about 831 people.

There in the village primary school with three classrooms in the village do not have health services or mail or telephone.

Calves village archaeological site containing the ruins of the effects of the graves dug in the rock-cut architecture, and the vicinity of the archaeological debris calves (Khirbat Jerwan) where the shrine of Sheikh Abdul, Khirbat (Ein bright) to the east of the calves.

The occupation authorities confiscated as part of its territory and established by the settlement (Beit Arieh), a village cooperative established in 1982 on the territory of an area of 500 dunams.




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