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At the heart of modern Jerusalem are the “pedestrianized” precincts of Ben Yehuda Street
A church has been built over the place where the High Priest Caiaphas had his house. Jesus was kept here the night before He was crucified.
The Cardo was Jerusalem’s main thoroughfare in the Byzantine era.
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The Church of All Nations is built next to the Gardens of Gethsemane, over the place where Jesus is said to have anguished in prayer.
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The church is built over a cave which, according to tradition, is the stable where Jesus was born.
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The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth. Given the salt content, you can float without the fear of sinking.
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It is reputed that the Lord Jesus Christ wept over Jerusalem at this location.
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The Eastern Gate is bricked closed with a cemetery in front of it. The Temple Mount with the El-Aksa Mosque and Dome of the Rock.
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Jesus and His disciples often went to theses gardens to be alone.
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Situated to the north of the Damascus Gate and believed where Christ was buried.
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An archive, research institute, museum and monument to perpetuate the memory of those killed during the Holocaust.
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One of the best preserved examples of a Roman City in the Middle East.
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It is the lowest city on earth and well-known from the teachings in the Old Testament.
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The model gives a good perspective of the geography and layout of the ancient city of Jerusalem at the time of Christ.
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The Yardnit Baptismal site where people opt to be baptized.
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Ruins from the period of Herod the Great.The
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Where Jesus taught His Disciples and the multitudes and a basalt Franciscan chapel built on the site where Jesus Christ is said to have appeared to the Apostles after His resurrection.
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From the Mt of Olives there is breath taking views of the Old City of Jerusalem, the Temple Mount and the East Gate.
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Location according to tradition where Christ was tempted by satan
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Nazareth village illustrating life in the 1st century AD.
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The Old City walls, Damascus Gate and the many shops in the different quarters.
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The place where Jesus is believed to have taught His disciples how to pray.
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The ancient city of Petra is situated in the Valley of Moses (Wadi Musa).
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The place where the Lord Jesus healed the man who had been paralysed for 38 years.
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The location where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in a cave.
The road between Jerusalem and Jericho is well known for the story of the Good Samaritan. On the same route we find this sign.
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The sea of Galilee is referred to in many passages of scripture and Jesus performed many miracles in this area.
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The Shepherd’s Fields situated outside Bethlehem.
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The Shrine of the Book was built to house the Dead Sea Scrolls.
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The route that the Lord Jesus walked to Golgotha is known as the Via Dolorosa.
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The wall is part of the retaining wall of the Temple Mount and was built by Herod the Great. The Western Wall is Judaism’s holiest site and the plaza in front of it is a permanent place of worship.