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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 View from Mount Gerizim.
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 Mount Gerizim is the scene of the Samaritan Passover celebrations.
Israel / Palestine
Dahish
 Dahish is one many Palestinian refugee camps dating from 1948 when the state of Israel was created.
Israel / Palestine
Dahish
 Street scene in the refugee camp.
Israel / Palestine
Dahish
 The camp is run down.
Israel / Palestine
Dahish
 Extending a house.
Israel / Palestine
Sabastiya
 Sabastiya is the site of Samaria, the capital of Israel between 880 BC and 721 BC.
Israel / Palestine
Sabastiya
 After 700 BC this region was inhabited by Samaritans.
Israel / Palestine
Sabastiya
 The minaret.
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
 El Nasir (Nazareth) is an Arab city in the north of Israel.
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 The Church of the Annunciation.
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 The interior contains paintings from around the world, like this one from Ukraine.
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 Thai painting.
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 Painting from China.
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 Painting from Korea.
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 The interior.
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
 St Gabriel's Church dates from the 17th century and is Greek Catholic.
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
 The Synagogue Church.
Israel / Palestine
Cana
 A group of churches in the village of Cana where Christains believe Jesus performed his first miracle.
Israel / Palestine
Cana
 Typical architecture in Cana.
Israel / Palestine
Cana
 Confession booth.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Tiberius
 Tiberius by the Sea of Galilee is a city of contrasts.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Safed
 The old Arab quarter of Safed is now an artists' colony.
Israel / Palestine
Baram
 Baram Kibutz is close to the border with Lebanon.
Israel / Palestine
Golan
 The Druze village of Ain Qunya.
Israel / Palestine
Golan
 The Druze villagers were forced to accept Israeli citizenship or leave.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The port city of Acre.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Acre in northern Israel is a mainly Arab city.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The city from the marina.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The 18th century sea walls.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The sea walls with a church.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The marina.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 View from the sea.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Fishermen.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 People by the sea.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Boats.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The Muslim quarter.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The walls of Acre.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The old city.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The market.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 View from the 18th century walls.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar
 Fountain in the courtyard.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar
 Decorated exterior.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar
 The inside decoration of the 18th century mosque.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar
 Signature of an Ottoman sultan.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 View across the city.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Streets in the souk.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Lighthouse.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The old city.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The beach at Acre.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 Haifa is on the slopes of Mount Carmel.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 Haifa is a modern city but was once ruled by Richard The Lionheart and Saladin.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 The Carmelite Railway slopes up the hill.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Tomb of Baha'u'llah
 The tomb is set in a Persian garden.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Tomb of Baha'u'llah
 The Bahai faith preaches that all religion is progressive and accepts all prophets.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Tomb of Baha'u'llah
 View of the sea from Mount Carmel.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 View of the city.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 Street scene.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Carmelite Monastery
 Stained glass window.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Carmelite Monastery
 The painted interior.
Israel / Palestine
Ramla
 Ramla is a town dating from 716 and inhabited by Jews, Christians and Muslims.
Israel / Palestine
Lod
St George
 The double shrine of St George is a (Greek Orthodox) church and a mosque. It dates from the 12th century.
Israel / Palestine
Lod
St George
 Chandelier.
Israel / Palestine
Lod
St George
 Carving of George killing the dragon.
Israel / Palestine
Ashqelon
 Ashqelon is a modern city on an ancient site.
Israel / Palestine
Ashqelon
 Cafe sign in Hebrew.
Israel / Palestine
Ashqelon
 In 1948 when the State of Israel was created the city's Arab population were expelled to Gaza.
Israel / Palestine
Bet Guvrin
 Bet Guvrin Kibutz was built in 1949 on the ruins of an Arab village.
Israel / Palestine
Gaza
 Gaza is the largest city in the Gaza strip, occupied by Egypt in 1948 and Israel in 1967.
Israel / Palestine
Gaza
 Street scene and mosque.
Israel / Palestine
Gaza
 The market.
Israel / Palestine
Mount Tabor
 The town below the hill.
Italy
Rome
 Rome is one of Europe's most historical cities. It was founded in 753 BC.
Italy
Rome
 The Trevi Fountain (1732) is a symbol of Rome and is one of the most famous fountains in the world.
Italy
Rome
Monument of Victor Emmanuel II
 The Monument of Victor Emmanuel II.
Italy
Rome
Monument of Victor Emmanuel II
 The monument commemorates the unification of Italy in 1870.
Italy
Rome
Quirinal Square
 Quirinal Square is home to the Presidential Palace.
Italy
Rome
Quirinal Square
 View of the brightly coloured Presidential Palace.
Italy
Rome
Navona Square
 Navona Square was built on the site of Domitan's stadium.
Italy
Rome
Navona Square
 The Spanish Steps.
Italy
Rome
 Piazza Venezia.
Italy
Rome
 The River Tiber passes through the city.
Italy
Rome
Pantheon
 The Pantheon was converted into a church.
Italy
Florence
 Florence was founded in 200 BC reaching its peak in 1138. The European Renaissance began here.
Italy
Florence
 Florence lies on the River Arno.
Italy
Florence
 One of the many bridges crossing the River Arno.
Italy
Florence
Ponte Vecchio
 The River Arno and the 14th Century Ponte Vecchio.
Italy
Florence
Ponte Vecchio
 The Ponte Vecchio bridge has several gold and silver shops along its length.
Italy
Florence
Ponte Vecchio
 Gold and silver shops on the bridge.
Italy
Florence
Ponte Vecchio
 The shops attached to the bridge.
Italy
Florence
Ponte Vecchio
 Jewellry shop.
Italy
Florence
Pitti Palace
 The Pitti Palace was built for a family that were rivals of the Medicis.
Italy
Florence
Pitti Palace
 The cloister.
Italy
Florence
Pitti Palace
 The garden.
Italy
Florence
 Holy Spirit Square.
Italy
Florence
 The Church of the Holy Spirit.
Italy
Florence
Duomo
 View of the Duomo.
Italy
Florence
Duomo
 The Duomo dates from 1296.
Italy
Florence
Duomo
 The bell tower is 82m high.
Italy
Florence
Duomo
 The entrance.

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