Palestinian woman cleans wheat from soil after being harvested in her land in Sawyiah village, South of Nablus city of the West Bank on May 31, 2015. Nablus city, northern of the Palestinian territories of the West Bank. 49 km north of Jerusalem city. Nablus's old town where small factories of candies, kunafa, delight (Turkish delight), and also known with small factories for shoes and a unique wooden sandals made of the wood of cypress and pine, used mostly in the Turkish baths, that manufactured only in Syria and in Nablus. Nablus city is also known in making soap, known as Nabulsi soap. tens of traditional factories for Soap, which takes about a working week and two months for drying soap pieces, to sell it in the markets after that. Several villages surround Nablus city entrance, such as Sawiyah village and care about cultivation of large tracts of wheat, in end of May they start harvests. West Bank of the Palestinian territories.
© Mohammad Alhaj