Banksy art can be found all around the world, from New York City to Sydney. Sometimes, though, you can encounter his murals in the most unusual places. Bethlehem, Palestine, is but a good example. This West Bank city—the so-called stalemate in the Israel-Palestine conflict—became the art arena for the elusive artist. The presence of Banksy in Bethlehem is felt from the first minutes of being in the town. So what did the street artist leave behind himself in such an interesting place?