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|• Also spelled||Qaryout (official)
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Qaryout (Arabic: قريوت) is a Palestinian village of nearly 2,500 in the Nablus Governorate in the northern West Bank, located 28 kilometers (17 mi) southeast of Nablus. Western travelers identified Qaryut with the ancient Coreae.
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