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You walk up to a massive complex featuring a multi-storied garden, a reflective pool, a shaded area, all strewn haphazardly on the museum campus in a way that feels purposely aesthetically displeasing.
You then walk up to two mirrored buildings, the one on the right...More
this place show the history of the man that write the Palestinian independence document.
with some original materials relate to it. what i love in this place is the wide view with Palestinian flag . there is a beautiful garden beside it too.you should use...More
Sited atop a lovely Ramallah hilltop, the Darwish Museum testifies to the resonance of poetry within the Arabic literary tradition and to the impact of Darwish's body of work as a modern continuation of that long historic legacy. The reflecting pool the flowered tomb, the...More
It’s really a beutiful compound in the beutiful city of Ramallah, for a great international famous Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish, who passed away 10 years ago, but still his poem is the mind of Palestinian people, may god bless his sole.
Inside and outside he Darwish Museum is well worth the visit. The monumental size of the property gives way to a relatively small but carefully curated exhibit that mixes bigger items (e.g., literary awards) with more personal items (e.g., early grade report cards). The effect...More
What a wonderful place, where Mahmoud Darwish, world renowned poet and drafter of Palestine’s Declaration of Independence is laid to rest. The place is named after the Galilean village of al-Birweh, where Darwish was born and grew before he was expelled from his birthplace Palestine....More
The flowers have gone to seed, the roses are infected with mold and weeds have over-taken the gardens. The stones are separated and need mortar to hold the beautiful rocks in place. The reflective pool is filled with algae and the stepping stones are cracking....More