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Located in the Christian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher is, to many, the holiest site in all of Christianity. Known also as the Church of the Resurrection, it is the traditional home to both the hill of crucifixion ...

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Situated on a hill in the Givat Ram neighborhood of Jerusalem, the Israel Museum is home to biblical artifacts, such as a nail attesting to crucifixion during Jesus’ time, as well as the Dead Sea Scrolls housed within the Shrine of the Book. Founded in ...

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Commonly known as the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo, the Tisch Family Zoological Gardens is overflowing with wildlife featured throughout the Hebrew Bible. Located in the Malha neighborhood of Jerusalem, the gardens sit on 62 acres of beautiful land. Home to 271...

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Located on the western slope of the Mount of Remembrance, Yad Vashem is Israel’s official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. Established in 1953, the memorial was built to remember all who were tragically murdered, as well as to recognize the non...

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Bound by Jaffa Road on the north, King George Street on the west, and Ben Yehuda Street on the southeast, the nicknamed Downtown Triangle is one of the most popular entertainment districts in all of Jerusalem. With beautiful weather conditions often found...

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Haifa stands today as the third-largest city in the State of Israel. Known by a copious number of other names throughout its 3,000-year history, the city’s reputation has grown tremendously in recent years as an industrialized giant and a cultural hub w...

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Located in the Lower Galilee at the eastern end of the Jezreel Valley is the stunning Mount Tabor. Just 11 miles west of the Sea of Galilee, the mount was the site of the battle between Barak and the army of Jabin during the 12th century BCE. Believed by ...

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Rising 1300 feet above the western shores of the Dead Sea are the remains of the ancient Jewish fortress of Masada. Masada stands in majestic beauty and splendid isolation in an area that is one of the most desolate on earth. Built by Herod the Great betw...

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The small fishing village of Capernaum was established by the Hasmoneans in the second century BCE along the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee. With a small population of roughly 1,500 inhabitants, the town was chosen to be the center of Jesus’ three...

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Situated along the Mediterranean Sea in northern Israel, Mount Carmel has been known for centuries as a great symbol of beauty and splendor in the Holy Land. In the book of Isaiah (35:2), the “splendor of Carmel” was mentioned due to the mountain’s ...

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