The Geography of Palestine
Palestine map

La Geographie de la Palestine is a 1938 book, written in French, that describes the geography of Palestine, including hundreds of its cities and villages. The book also includes pull-out maps of the Holy Land. In these maps, towns are identified all over the Holy Land, west of the Jordan River, from the Sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea (Mer Morte). Volume 1 can be purchased here. Borrow the book from your local library here.

Category: BOOKS

Title: Felix Marie Abel, Géographie de la Palestine: Vol.1, Géographie Physique et Historique; Vol.2, Géographie Politique, Les Villes 1933, 1938.

Date of publication: 1933 and 1938

Geographie de la Palestine

 

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