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  •      An academic and administrative delegation from Al-Aqsa University visits Yildiz Technical University in Turkey as part of the academic exchange program funded by the European program Erasmus Plus
  •      Al-Aqsa University Hosted a Delegation from the French Consulate in Jerusalem
  •    Snono Music Band Held a Palestinian Traditional Event at Al-Aqsa University
  •     The General Consul of Belgium in Jerusalem Visited Al-Aqsa University.
  •     . Al-Aqsa University Hosted Miss Christina Stahlbock, DAAD Office Director in Jerusalem
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About Gaza

Gaza – Palestine (Art and Culture)

Gaza – Palestine (Art and Culture)

Gaza city is considered one of the oldest cities in the world, having been founded more than 3000 years ago. The ancient coastal road linking Egypt with Palestine and the lands beyond passed through Gaza, making the city an important port city where the traders can take a rest before they continue their trips from Africa to Asia, and vice versa.

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Seaport of Gaza

Gaza – Palestine (Art and Culture)

The seaport of Gaza is a small port near the Rimal district of Gaza City. It is the home port of Palestinian fishing-boats. The port is located on the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It is mentioned in several ancient historical texts. It has a depth of 970 meters and a surface area of 48,000 square meters. After the occupation of Gaza in 1967, Israel has prevented fishermen from crossing the coast more than six miles.

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GAZA'S ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES


Al-Sayed–Hashim Mosque

It is one of the most beautiful mosques in Gaza and one of the largest, which is an open area surrounded by four canopies, the largest canopy of the Qibla, and in the room that opens on the Western cloak...

Hammam Al-Samara

The name Hammam Al-Samara means “the Brown Bath”. The last remaining of five bathhouses in Gaza City, Hammam Al-Samara is a Mamluk-era bathhouse dating back before 14th century, when, according to a plaque in the lobby...

Souk Aldahab

Also known as the Qissariya Market, the Gold Market is a narrow passage way located in Al-Daraj quarter in the old town of Gaza city. It is one of the most important archaeological markets that still remain in Gaza city..

The Great Mosque of Gaza

The oldest mosque in Gaza City, Al-Omari Mosque is located in the center of Old Gaza near the old market. It covers an area of 4100 square meters and a building area of 1190 square meters. It has 38 columns of beautiful and solid marble,.....

Church of Saint Porphyrius

The Church of Saint Porphyrius is located in the Zaytoun quarter and dates back to the beginning of the fifth century AD while the current building dates back to the 12th century. This church is characterized by huge walls supported ......

The Pasha’s Palace Museum

Quasr Al-Basha is the only remaining model of the palaces in Gaza. It is located in Al-Daraj district in the eastern part of the old town. Its design and architectural structure represent the philosophy and character of Islamic architecture.