Abu Ghaush Collection
Abu Ghaush, a picturesque village located between Jaffa and Jerusalem, holds a rich history that intertwines with the ancient town of Kirjath Jearim
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Abu Ghaush, a picturesque village located between Jaffa and Jerusalem, holds a rich history that intertwines with the ancient town of Kirjath Jearim. Nestled just 2 kilometers west of Maalek Hachamisha, it offers breathtaking views of Anavim. Dating back to 1934, Abu Ghaush was once part of Palestine before becoming an integral part of Israel. During the tumultuous times of the Palestine disturbances in 1936, this village witnessed significant Arab gatherings and played host to Muslim sheikhs addressing their communities. One notable landmark in the Crusader church, which stands proudly as a testament to its historical significance. This church shares similarities with the Kirjath Jearim church and serves as a reminder of the region's deep-rooted past. Stepping inside this magnificent structure reveals its awe-inspiring interior that exudes grandeur and spirituality. The North entrance beckons visitors into a world where time seems to stand still. The year 1940 saw turmoil gripping Palestine as Arabs from all corners flocked to Abou Ghosh during yet another wave of unrest. Despite these challenging times, Abou Ghosh remained resilient and continued preserving its heritage for generations to come. Today, Abu Ghaush showcases not only its historical landmarks but also stunning views overlooking Karyet el-Ineb – an enchanting sight that captures both locals' hearts and tourists' attention alike. As you explore this charming village nestled between Jaffa and Jerusalem, it becomes evident why Abu Ghaush has become such an iconic destination for those seeking cultural immersion amidst natural beauty.