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Deir Dibwan, Palestine - Sweatshirt
Deir Dibwan, Palestine - Sweatshirt
Deir Dibwan, Palestine - Sweatshirt
Deir Dibwan, Palestine - Sweatshirt

sweatshirt

Deir Dibwan, Palestine

Sale price$62.00 AUD
Color:Sport Grey
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Sizing & Care - Sweatshirt

MATERIALS
• 50% cotton + 50% polyester
Classic fit—not oversized or slim
Printed on Gildan 18000 Sweatshirt
• Colors in photo & final product may vary

CARE
• Machine wash cold with like colors—gentle cycle
• Hang dry only—do not machine dry
• Iron fabric on low if needed—do not iron printed ink
• Heat will damage printed ink

SIZING CHART
• Length—measures from top of shoulder to base
• Width—measures from armpit to armpit, the widest section
• Numbers in chart measure one side of garment (with a 2 in variance)

Sizing & Care - Sweatshirt

MATERIALS
• 50% cotton + 50% polyester
Classic fit—not oversized or slim
Printed on Gildan 18000 Sweatshirt
• Colors in photo & final product may vary

CARE
• Machine wash cold with like colors—gentle cycle
• Hang dry only—do not machine dry
• Iron fabric on low if needed—do not iron printed ink
• Heat will damage printed ink

SIZING CHART
• Length—measures from top of shoulder to base
• Width—measures from armpit to armpit, the widest section
• Numbers in chart measure one side of garment (with a 2 in variance)

Deir Dibwan (دير دبوان) is located in central Palestine—east of Ramallah.

4 facts about Deir Dibwan:

• The village has a rich history dating back to ancient times, with archaeological remains including the ruins of Roman-era tombs and Byzantine-era churches.
• It is renowned for its olive groves, producing high-quality olive oil that is an integral part of the local economy and culture.
• The village is home to notable landmarks such as the Maqam of Sheikh Hamdan.
• Deir Dibwan has a strong sense of community, with residents actively engaged in preserving their cultural heritage through traditional practices, festivals, and celebrations.

Alternative spellings: Deyr Debwan, Deir Debwan, Dayr Dibwan