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Just a short walk out of bustling Rahmalla's center stands this beautiful architecture where after visiting the tomb of Arafat you can visit the fantastic museum that will bring you trough 40 years of history of middle east and beyond and bring memories of news...More
I have visited many memorials to deceased national and revolutionary leaders in several countries. As these kind of memorials go, this is better than most.
The Middle East has its share of memorials to revolutionary leaders who were revered by their own people and hated...More
This is true ... Arafat's tomb is just a stone structure ... But the burial of the last resting place for a man who symbolizes a nation and its people, located in Ramallah in Al-Muqata’a alongside Palestinian officials, and designed by the creator Palestinain architect...More
I came to ramallah to go sightseeing and was told that arafat was a national hero for the Arabs. As i was by his grave, I checked my phone on Wikipedia and it said that Arafat was responsible for the deaths of thousands of Israeli...More
The tomb is just a tomb, it isn't anything special. For the real gem, head behind the tomb to the museum, which is a top-notch stop. Click the link below to read more about that.
The tomb is the supposed place of Arafat’s burial. The remnants were taken for tests , I do not know if they have even been put back. Nevertheless it is a room with a big tombstone with Quranic verses and guards standing. Behind this building...More
If you come so far....you need to come and stay to thing about the personality of Arafat...
it is better to have a guide to explain you the history and the meaning of the construction of the tomb
There is no issue if you are...More
The tomb itself is an impressive place to visit - you immediately sense that you are in a very important location for the Palestinian people. It is also right in front of the Yasser Arafat museum, which is the best museum on Palestinian history since...More