Nablus will celebrate its heritage with a festival showcasing traditional produce on Nov. 24. The "Kanafeh and Soap" festival will take place in Nablus' historic Old City, which will be divided into areas representing trades the city is famous for. Nablus Governor Jibrin al-Bakri said he hoped the event would embody and revive Palestinian heritage in the northern West Bank city, at a planning meeting on Wednesday. The city's soap, made of olive oil, and Kanafeh - a traditional Palestinian desert made with soft cheese and syrup -- will be showcased, as well as different types of coffee and silverware. The ancient city of Nablus has been an important commercial, cultural and economic center throughout the ages.