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Renown by over a handful of other names, such as Lake Kinneret, Lake of Gennesaret, and the Sea of Tiberias, the Sea of Galilee has had a colorful history dating back over 20,000 years. Sitting on the ancient Via Maris (trade route) that connected Egypt w...

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With the winter months slowly coming to an end and spring right around the corner, athletes and amateur sports fans are prepared to start stretching their muscles. With fantastic climates and gorgeous scenery throughout the country, individuals will find ...

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Meaning “lots” in ancient Persian, Purim is celebrated to commemorate the Jewish liberation from Haman, who was prime minister to the King Ahasuerus, ruler of the Persian Empire. Haman planned to kill the Jewish minority in the empire after casting lo...

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As the Land of the Bible, most early Israeli was centered around religious themes, specifically Jewish and Christian perspectives. Many early settlements worked at gold smithing, silver smithing, and embroidery. Having evolved drastically over the last tw...

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Also known as Mount Olivet, the mountain ridge to the east of Jerusalem’s Old City is one of the most known sites of significance within the Holy Land. From the time of the Biblical Kings all the way through the life of Jesus as recorded in the Gospels,...

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The Holy Land is a place full of surprises. Within its borders lies a fascinating history, chock-full of stunningly beautiful natural wonders. Whether you’re a first-time visitor, or a veteran of the Land, the places mentioned below are some of the holi...

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Israel’s culinary traditions comprise foods and cooking methods spanning thousands of years of history, dating back to the days of the ancient kings of the Holy Land. Because of its unique location and colorful past, Israel has been widely influenced ov...

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Eilat has a rich history, with archaeological evidence dating as far back as the 7th millennium BCE. According to ancient Egyptian records, extensive trading and mining operations across the Red Sea have been taking place as early as 3000 BCE. Written wit...

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Hebrew for “fortress”, Masada has become one of the most popular sites to visit within the Holy Land. Being widely associated as the “refuge” palace for Herod the Great and his family, the complex has weathered the centuries and is very well prese...

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