Hebron

Hebron is an ancient city in the southern . It is the traditional burial place of the Biblical patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and their wives.
Photo: Eman, Public domain.

Notable Places in the Area

Synagogue
The or Tomb of the Patriarchs, known to Jews as the Cave of Machpelah and to Muslims as the Sanctuary of Abraham, is a series of caves located in the heart of the Old City of Hebron in the southern . Photo: Djampa, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Church
The Metochion or Monastery of the Holy Trinity with the Church of the Holy Forefathers at Abraham's Oak in Hebron is a Russian Orthodox monastery in Hebron founded in the 20th century on the site of the ancient Oak of Mamre. Photo: Copper Kettle, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Historic site
Photo: Eman, Public domain.

Scenic viewpoint
Photo: בן נחום, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

Village
or Qiryat Arba ' is an urban Israeli settlement on the outskirts of Hebron, in the Judean Mountains region of the .

Town
Arabic: حلحول‎, transliteration: Ḥalḥūl, is a Palestinian city located in the southern , 5 kilometres north of Hebron in the .

Town
is a Palestinian town located eight kilometers west of Hebron.The town is in the in the southern . Photo: Randa Fawzi, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Hebron

Latitude
31.5289° or 31° 31' 44" north
Longitude
35.0945° or 35° 5' 40.2" east
Open Location Code
8G3QG3HV+HQ
Population
163,000
Elevation
903 metres (2,963 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 299937114
Geo­Names ID
285066
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Also Known As

  • Abkhazian: Ḥebrun
  • Afrikaans: Hebron
  • Albanian: Hebroni
  • Amharic: ኬብሮን
  • Arabic: Hebron
  • Arabic: الخليل
  • Arabic: حبرون
  • Arabic: هيبرون
  • Armenian: Հևրոն
  • Azerbaijani: Hevron
  • Azerbaijani: Əl Xəlil
  • Basque: Al-Khalil
  • Basque: Hebron
  • Belarusian: Гэброн
  • Belarusian: Хеўрон
  • Bengali: হেবরন
  • Breton: Al-Khalil
  • Bulgarian: Хеброн
  • Catalan: Al-Halīl
  • Catalan: Al-Khalil
  • Catalan: Hebron
  • Catalan: Kiriath-Arba
  • Catalan: Kirjath-arba
  • Catalan: Kiryat Arba
  • Catalan: Kiryath-Arba
  • Cebuano: Hebron
  • Chechen: Халиль
  • Chinese: 希伯仑
  • Chinese: 希伯伦
  • Chinese: 希伯侖
  • Chinese: 希布伦
  • Croatian: Hebron
  • Czech: Hebron
  • Danish: Hebron
  • Dimli: El Xelil
  • Dutch: Hebron
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: الخليل
  • English: Al Khalil
  • Esperanto: Hebron
  • Estonian: Hebron
  • Finnish: Al Khalil
  • Finnish: Hebron
  • Finnish: Hevron
  • French: Al-Khalil
  • French: Hébron
  • Georgian: ალ-ჰალილი
  • Georgian: ჰებრონი
  • German: Al-Khalil
  • German: Hebron
  • Greek: Χεβρών
  • Greek: Χεβρώνα
  • Gujarati: હેબ્રોન
  • Hebrew: אל-ח'ליל
  • Hebrew: אלחליל
  • Hebrew: אל חליל
  • Hebrew: חברון
  • Hebrew: חברן
  • Hindi: हेब्रोन
  • Hungarian: Hebron
  • Icelandic: Hebron
  • Indonesian: Hebron
  • Irish: Heabrón
  • Italian: Ebron
  • Italian: Hebron
  • Japanese: アル=ハリール
  • Japanese: ヘブロン
  • Kabyle: Ḥebrun
  • Kalaallisut: Hebron
  • Kannada: ಹೆಬ್ರೋನ್
  • Kazakh: Äl-Xalïl
  • Kazakh: Әл-Халил
  • Kazakh: ٴال-حالىيل
  • Korean: 헤브론
  • Ladino: Hevron
  • Latin: Hebron
  • Latvian: Halīla (Hebrona)
  • Latvian: Halīla
  • Latvian: Hebrona
  • Lithuanian: Hebronas
  • Macedonian: Хеброн
  • Macedonian: Хеврон
  • Malagasy: Hebrona
  • Malay (generic): Hebron
  • Marathi: अल-हलिल
  • Marathi: हेब्रॉन
  • Norwegian: Hebron
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Al-Khalil
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Hebron
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Hebron
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Аль-Халиль
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Хеврон
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Эль-Халиль
  • Persian: الخلیل
  • Persian: حبرون
  • Persian: هبرون
  • Polish: Al-Chalil
  • Polish: Hebron
  • Portuguese: Hebrom
  • Portuguese: Quiriate-Arba
  • Romanian: Hebron
  • Russian: Аль-Халиль
  • Russian: Хеврон
  • Russian: Эль-Халиль
  • Schwyzerdütsch: Hebron
  • Scots: Hebron
  • Serbian: Hebron
  • Serbian: Хеброн
  • Serbo-Croatian: Hebron
  • Sinhalese: හෙබ්රෝන්
  • Slovak: Hebron
  • Slovenian: Hebron
  • Spanish: Al Khalil
  • Spanish: Hebron
  • Spanish: Hebrón
  • Swedish: Hebron
  • Tamil: எபிரோன்
  • Telugu: హెబ్రోన్
  • Thai: Hebron
  • Thai: อัลคาลีล
  • Thai: ฮีบรอน
  • Tosk Albanian: Hebron
  • Turkish: El-Halil
  • Turkish: El Halil
  • Turkish: Hebron
  • Turkish: Hevron
  • Ukrainian: Хеврон
  • Urdu: الخلیل
  • Vietnamese: Hebron
  • Waray (Philippines): Hebron
  • Welsh: Hebron
  • Western Panjabi: الخلیل
  • Wu Chinese: 希伯仑
  • Yiddish: חברון
  • Zeeuws: Hebron
  • Al Khalīl
  • El Khalil
  • El Khulil
  • Hevrōn
  • Khalil-el-Rahman
  • al-Khalil
  • Ḩabrūn

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