Sea of Galilee

Sea of Galilee. The Sea of Galilee is the pearl of the northern district of Israel. On the coast of which Jesus Christ began to preach. Here Son of Lord found many of his students and worked miracles. Numerous Christian Holy Places are located here. On the shores of Sea of Galilee there is the [...]
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Mount of Beatitudes

Mount of Beatitudes Mount of Beatitudes - Jesus Christ proclaimed the biblical commandments. In the north of Sea of Galilee there is a mountain, from the top of which the Lord Jesus Christ introduced the essence of his teachings to people. This was a speech about the Sermon on the Mount, which is rightfully considered [...]
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Camel Ranch Eilat

Camel Ranch Eilat Camel Ranch appeared near Eilat more than twenty years ago. It was built by father and son. Since then, the ranch has been growing, developing and attracting more and more visitors. This is a real oasis in the desert, where you not only get to know the noble camels, but you can [...]
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Church of the Nativity

Church of the Nativity Church of the Nativity (Basilica of the Nativity) - the first Christian Temple in the Holy Land at the birthplace of the Lord Son Jesus. One of the most important relics of Christianity, along with the temples above Calvary and the Holy Sepulcher, Church of All Nations, Garden of Gethsemane and [...]
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Western Wall

Western Wall - Main Shrine of the Jews Western Wall in Israel is known all over the world. Even not having the slightest relation to either Judaism or Jewry, a person knows where it is - in Jerusalem. And everyone knows that the Western Wall of the Temple Mount is the most important shrine of [...]
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Jordan River

Jordan River There is no more popular river among Christians around the world than the Jordan River in Israel. The only one common that can be found in a Christian of the I, XI and XXI centuries is the desire to wash away his sins in sacred water. Believers of all faiths merge into one [...]
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Kings City Eilat

Kings City in Eilat Kings City Park in Eilat is a grand amusement park dedicated entirely to biblical themes. It was opened in 2005 by Lev Avnerovich Levaev, a billionaire owner of his own diamond polishing company, owner of Africa-Israel and a famous philanthropist. An entrepreneur spent $40 million on this super attraction - and [...]
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Timna Park

Timna Park in Eilat: a desert tale Eilat one of the most popular resort cities of Israel. Eilat is famous by it's location on Red Sea. In addition to numerous water attractions there are a lot of Must Visit sights. One of them definitely is Timna Park. National Park Timna located just 25 km from [...]
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Red Canyon

The Red Canyon is a popular attraction of Eilat for lovers of natural wonders. On the map, it is located northwest of the city and close to Timna Park. FotoVideoMapActivitiesFotoVideo MapActivities Featured 10$ Book Now Petra from Eilat 1 Day Group Tour Petra, Jordan 190$ 180$ Featured 17% Book Now Mount Sinai Sunrise Tour Monasterio [...]
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Dung Gate

Dung Gate of the Old City The Dung Gate in Jerusalem is close to the southeast edge of the south wall. Regarding the Temple Mount, they are located in the southwest. "Look" in the direction of Hebron. This is the main entrance to the Jewish quarter. From all the gates of the Old City Dung [...]
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Jaffa Gate

Universal Jaffa Gate. Jaffa Gate is located in the western part of the Old City of Jerusalem. The location provided them with popularity: this is the busiest of all the gates. There are several reasons for this. It provides a convenient passage to both the Christian and Armenian quarters. Jaffa Gate is located at the [...]
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Armenian Quarter

The Armenian quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem is the least accessible to visitors among all 4 quarters of the Holy City. On the territory of sacred objects pass for visitors several times a day. In the nighttime access to the monasteries is closed. Despite this, each of the Armenians will be happy to [...]
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Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem

The Jewish quarter is located in the southeastern part of the Old City. It extends from the Zion Gate to the Temple Mount. Here passes the ancient street of Cardo. You can get into the Jewish quarter through Garbage Gates or neighboring areas. The quarter has a rich history, since the eighth century Jews have [...]
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Underwater Observatory in Eilat

Underwater Observatory in Eilat. Living treasures of the Red Sea. Underwater Observatory in Eilat locates in 6 kilometers from center. It is the most amazing attraction in these places. Directly from the sea rises a white tower, similar to a lighthouse, with the flag of Israel on top. But lighthouses usually stand on the shore! [...]
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Ein Gedi – Israel National Park

Ein Gedi at the Dead Sea - the famous reserve and national park of Israel. The unique location - in the Judean desert. Washed away from the West by the Dead Sea, gave the reserve an unsurpassed atmosphere. FotoVideoMapActivitiesFotoVideo MapActivities Featured 10$ Book Now Petra from Eilat 1 Day Group Tour Petra, Jordan 190$ 180$ [...]
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Golan Heights

Golan Heights: Controversial Land On the map of Israel, the Golan Heights (Ramat ha-Golan) is a narrow strip bounded by Lake Kinneret in the west and the Yarmuk River in the southeast. This is a volcanic plateau, Israel owns 1,150 square km with a length of 60 km and an average width of 25 km. [...]
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Church of All Nations in Jerusalem

Church of All Nations in the Gethsemane Garden is not like any of the churches built in the 20th century. The goal of any temple is not only to attract believers, but also to convince those who doubt the existence of God. Those times have long passed when Christians were forced to secretly pray in [...]
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Judean Desert

Judean Desert in Holy Land Judean Desert on the map  is a narrow flap stretching along the western coast of the Dead Sea. On the view from a very great height, it resembles a huge half-erased page of an ancient manuscript, once written by a non-human hand. In this small and now truly desert kingdom [...]
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Mount of Olives Jerusalem

Mount of Olives Jerusalem The Mount of Olives is a three-headed mountain in Jerusalem. Another name is Jebel az-Zeytun (in Arabic), Har Hazeytim (Hebrew). This is the place where you can bring a person who is absolutely unfamiliar with the history of Christianity. During a long walk through it, you will know almost everything needs [...]
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Hamat Tiberias

Hamat Tiberias: Not Just a Resort. There are many resorts in the world, including those with hot springs. But Hamat Tiberias (Israel) is a very special place. On the map you can easily find it: any tourist or pilgrim who wants to visit Israel, first of all finds the Kinneret on the map, other names [...]
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Hamei Gaash

Formerly, for tourists from all over the world, Hamei Gaash was just an unknown point on the map of Israel. Now from a small place for the rest of the locals, it has grown into a health complex of European level. FotoVideoMapDaily tourFotoVideo MapDaily tour Featured Petra from Eilat 1 Day Group Tour from 190$ [...]
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National Park Masada

National Park Masada - located in the Judean Desert not far from the shores of the Dead Sea and Ein Gedi Nature Reserve. Here was a great tragedy of antiquity. According to legend, 960 people committed suicide, but did not surrender, and did not become slaves of the Romans. Masada - the greatest drama of [...]
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Hamat Gader

Modern elegant, equipped with all the benefits of civilization, the popular recreation complex Hamat Gader is like a result of the past millennia: the resting place can also evolve! The name is associated with the presence of five hot springs with healing properties due to the high concentration of mineral salts. Content Gift from the [...]
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