Qalqīlyah, West Bank, Palestinian Territory

Qalqīlyah, also known as Kal Kiliya, is a city in the northern West Bank of Palestine, located about 13 kilometers south of Nablus. The city has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters. Qalqīlyah has a rich history dating back to the Roman era, and is home to several historical sites, including the ruins of a Roman amphitheater and a Crusader castle. The city is also known for its olive oil production and its traditional crafts, such as embroidery and pottery.

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