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Katherine is in the Sinai peninsula in Egypt at an elevation of about 1600 meters from sea level, at the foot of the Sinai High Mountains. Katherine’s Monastery, the oldest continuously inhabited monastery in the World built on the site where Moses (Prophet Musa) talked to God in the miracle of the Burning Bush, and to climb Mt. Horeb, known locally as Jebel Musa) where Moses has received the Ten Commandments. Sinai can be visited independently as well, avoiding the busy times on the mountain and discovering the rest of what this unique region offers.
Its original inhabitants, the kind and friendly Jebeliya (Gebeliya) Bedouin are expert gardeners and camel herders, and if you take your time you might have a glimpse into their closed, traditional, albeit slowly changing way of life and culture that has been around for more than 1400 years.
For visitors, this site contains practical and background information about the city, the region and its people. Katherine is a new city, with all amenities of a modern place: there are several schools, including a high school, a hospital, police, hotels of various standard and so on. The tarmac road was constructed in the 1980s, and only Bedouin people and the monks from the Monastery lived here. Katherine’s City consists of El Milga, El Rasis, Shamiya, Raha and Nabi Harun areas.
Mt Sinai forms one massif with Jebel Safsafa and Jebel Loza, with many small basins on the top.
In these basins there are old churches, small gardens and relics of monastic life.
It is a unique high-altitude desert eco-system with many endemic and rare species, there is a whole range of medicinal plants used by locals for centuries which are not found elsewhere, there are water-pools, springs, creeks, narrow canyons and wide valleys.
Choose a large pitch or luxury mobile home on the terraced landscaped ground and admire the fantastic panoramic view of the Korčula and Mljet islands and magnificent sunset.
Their traditions and way of life are similar to other Bedouin groups, although their roots are different and there are unique features.
The Jebeliya consists of four clans called Roba, or quarter, which is divided into more smaller groups. Katherine is the oldest continuously inhabited monastery in the World and its library has the largest religious collection next to the Vatican only.
For local businesses, projects and the community in general, it provides a web-presence: all listings are free, but entries must be related to the area or its people. It lies in a basin at the junction of a number of wadis (valleys), surrounded by high mountains. El Milga, the town center, used to be a meeting place of the tribes who practiced seasonal migration and gathered annually at one of these places.
The People The traditional people of the area are the Jebeliya Bedouin – the People of the Mountains – who have been living in the region since the foundation of St. They are of Eastern European origin, having been brought by Emperor Justinian from the Black Sea region in the 6th century AD to protect and serve the monastery.