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Situated in the heart of the Holy Land, Jordan’s roots are found throughout the Old Testament. Jordan’s welcoming approach to tourists makes it a popular destination for many who wish to explore the biblical roots of their faith outside of Israel. Vis...

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If the idea of getting lost in the clouds of the Holy Land appeals to you, then you might consider a sojourn to Safed, considered one of Israel’s most spiritual cities. Located in Israel’s Northern District, nestled among the Galilee’s dense pine wo...

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Take a quick glance at Ashkelon, and you might never know it is one of the oldest cities in Israel. Renowned as a resort city with its extensive shoreline and immaculate beaches, Ashkelon has a 5,000-year history that belies its modern appearance. A port ...

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Renowned for being a city of sun and fun, Eilat boasts sparkling azure waters and gentle breezes, but its resort-like vibe also belies a rich history. Eilat is Israel’s port gateway to the east, positioned snugly between the Red Sea and the Negev desert...

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It is a town known the world over, immortalized in Christmas carols, depicted in art, and dramatized on television programs and films. Bethlehem carries a great spiritual legacy. And while Bethlehem is celebrated by Christians as the birthplace of Jesus, ...

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Over 2,000 years ago, the Jewish people were ruled by the oppressive Syrian king Antiochus, who looted and desecrated the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem, outlawed the Jewish religion, and used harsh measures to force the Jews to worship Greek gods. King Antio...

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The ancient Mediterranean seaport of Caesarea Maritima is perhaps one of Israel’s most famous attractions. Located about halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa on the Mediterranean Coast in the lower Galilee, the city was first built in the third century BC...

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It was a city once called the “ornament of all Galilee” by first century Jewish historian Josephus Flavius, but looking at the excavation of the ancient city of Sepphoris, one can only imagine this present-day national park was once the religious and ...

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