Galilee Area| Northern Israel

A Jewish town of the Mishna period, on the border between the Jezreel Valley and the Lower Galilee.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

One of the most important archaeological sites in Israel from the time of the bible.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

This is the traditional New Testament Mt. of Transfiguration,

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

A Christian holy site, on a hill-top overlooking the Sea of Galilee.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

An archaeological mound with remains of the city of Dan. Located in the far north of Israel.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

An important Christian holy site, located on the north-western shores of the Sea of Galilee

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Golan Heights| Northern Israel

The highest mountain range within the boundaries of the Land of Israel.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

A mountain range between the Valley Jezreel in the northeast and the coastal plain in the west.

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Jerusalem Area| Central Israel

A quiet little village, today a suburb on the west side of Jerusalem.

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Dead Sea Area| Southern Israel

A Kibbutz on the western shore of the Dead Sea, with the Biblical name of the  near by oasis.

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Negev Area| Southern Israel

Kibbutz Sde Boker is the realization of the dream envisioned by David Ben Gurion.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

Arab city in the Lower Galilee, holy to Christians. Here Jesus grew to manhood

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Jerusalem Area| Central Israel

A man-made mountain built by King Herod in the Judean Desert, about 6 km. south-east of Bethlehem.

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Dead Sea Area| Southern Israel

The remains of a settlement dating from the Second Temple period, on the shore of the Dead Sea.

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Eilat Area| Southern Israel

It is believed that these were King Solomon’s copper mines.

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Jerusalem Area| Central Israel

Massada is situated on the top of a mountain with steep sides and a flat top like a parapet overlooking the Dead Sea

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

A sweet-water lake in the eastern Lower Galilee, an important area for Christians.

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Jerusalem Area| Central Israel

Contains a fascinating complex of caves and ruins dating to the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

The remains of a settlement dating from the Second Temple period, on the shore of the Dead Sea.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

Ein Hod is a charming, picturesque artists’ village set in the heart of the Carmel Forest.

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Sharon Area| Central Israel

Netanya is a lively seacoast town situated on the Sharon coastal plain.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

This was the center of Jesus’ Galilean ministry, where he called several of his disciples.

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Tel Aviv Area| Central Israel

A city on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, south of Tel Aviv, today part of that city.

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Tel Aviv Area| Central Israel

Herzliya (pronounced Hertselia) is named after the visionary of the Jewish state.

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Negev Area| Southern Israel

The town sits on the edge of the Ramon crater, at a height of some 300 meters above it.

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Dead Sea Area| Central Israel

Jericho is located 258 metres (846 ft) below sea level in an oasis in Wadi Qelt in the Jordan Valley.

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Tel Aviv Area| Central Israel

located on a rise with a fabulous view of the Ayalon Valley where God made the moon stand still.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

Gamla has it all: a dramatic saga, rugged landscape and magnificent vistas to match

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

Daliyat el-Carmel is a Druze village high on the slopes of Mt. Carmel and has an exceptionally unique character

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Jordan Valley| Northern Israel

Beit She’an is one of the most ancient cities in the country, a historical gem.

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Negev Area| Southern Israel

The capital city of the Negev, the southern region of Israel.

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Sharon Area| Central Israel

Built by King Herod the Great in the Roman period

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Jerusalem Area| Central Israel

The charming village of Abu Ghosh, with its important Christian connections.

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 Ashkelon| Southern Israel

On the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. One of the important port cities of the Philistines.

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Jerusalem| Central Israel

The capital of the State of Israel, and the ancient capital of the Biblical Jewish kingdom.

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Tel Aviv| Central Israel

Located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, Tel Aviv is Israel’s commercial center.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

Built in the 1st century AD on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, and named for Tiberius Caesar.

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Eilat| Southern Israel

A major resort town with excellent hotels.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

Considered to be one of the best preserved Crusader port towns in the world.

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Dead Sea| Southern Israel

the lowest point on earth.

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Jerusalem Area| Central Israel

A Biblical town in the tribal area of Judah.

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Galilee Area| Northern Israel

An important religious center: Jews do pilgrimage to Elijah's Cave, Christians worship at the Stella Maris Carmelite monastery.

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