Palestinian territories

The Palestinian territories consist of two physically separate entities, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and are not yet universally considered part of any sovereign nation.
Bethlehem is a small city located some 10 km south of the Old City of Jerusalem within the West Bank, in an "Area A" zone administered by the Palestinian Authority.
The Gaza Strip is a Palestinian territory in the Middle East. The largest city is Gaza.
Ramallah is a small city in the Palestinian Territories, located within the West Bank region, some 15 km north of Jerusalem.
The West Bank is a territory under Israeli occupation with areas of Palestinian Autonomous Control and Israeli military/civilian settlement in the Middle East between Israel and Jordan, to the north of the Dead Sea.
Nablus is a large city within the Palestinian Territories, located in the Central Highlands of the West Bank, some 63 km north of Jerusalem.
Jericho, the "City of Palms", is a small city within the Palestinian Territories and Israeli-occupied West Bank, close to the northern end of Dead Sea and some 55 km from Jerusalem.
Hebron is an ancient city in the southern West Bank. It is mentioned in the Bible as the home of Abraham, and the burial place of him and several generations of his family.
Efrat is an Israeli settlement in the settlement bloc of Gush Etzion, located in the Israeli-occupied West Bank Palestinian Territories.
Gush Etzion is a group of Israeli settlements on the West Bank between Bethlehem and Hebron, about 950 meters above the sea level.
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