Arab Orthodox Society

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Cultural Evant

Home Hospitality

Food

Lecture

Tour

Our main objective is to support and empower women from local communities and to present Palestinian culture. Our work is divided in several facilities. First of all, Wujoud is a museum and a Cultural Center that exhibits Palestinian history from the 19th and 20th century. We welcome visitors with hospitality and offer brunches, lunches and dinners (upon request). Besides the museum, and in cooperation with local women, we run the Bint Al-Balad deli/cafe that offers meals for visitors and locals. Furthermore, the Melia Art and Training Center is dedicated to preserve the traditional Palestinian embroidery. In parallel it helps the women who work in the Center to generate income for themselves and their families. Last but not least, we offer art workshops for ceramics, painting on glass and jewelry (traditional and non -traditional). The workshops are run by women from local communities.

 


Cost: Depends on Activity, from 20$ on

Duration of Activity: 2 Hours

Community/Narrative: Palestian, Christian, Muslim

CONTACT PERSON


Ms Nora Kort

0522872050
NKort1@bezeqint.net


Greek Orthodox Patriarchate, Old City, Jerusalem.

Wujoud Museum & Cultural Center, David Street, Jaffa Gate before the left turn to the Christian Quarter.

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