Ramallah displays a well-preserved cultural and historical heritage that has become a focal point in the recent years. Visitors can hence enjoy the beauty of renovated buildings, now used by the Municipality or by NGOs and wander around to feel the unique atmosphere of the old city’s narrow streets and alleys. Among other buildings worth a visit are the Palestine Archeological Museum, which contains traditional objects and archaeological findings and The Ottoman Court, a newly restored building that was once the residence of the Ottoman Governor of the city, and is now used as a children’s library and community center. In the heart of the old city is Al Kamandjati (The Violonist) association. The building dates back from the late Ottoman period, and is a typical example of traditional Palestinian living. The beautifully and originally restored space now hosts a music school for underprivileged Palestinian children.