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Photos marked as were added from 1 June 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is part of the West Bank.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 The oasis is is below sea level.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Shops selling dates.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is an Arab city.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is surrounded by barren mountains.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Shops and a tree.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is very fertile.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 The oasis is close the Dead Sea.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Bridge over a dried up river.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is North of the Dead Sea.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is an Arab city.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Quaranta Mountain is the Biblical Mount of Temptation.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 The West Bank city of Al-Halil (The Friend) known to the Israelis as Hebron.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Harem-el-Halil
 The Harem-el-Halil was built by Herod and extended by the Arabs and Crusaders.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 The old city is mainly Arab.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 Shoe shop.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 Street scene.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 Street scene.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Bani Naim
 The village of Bani Naim, traditional birthplace of the Biblical character, Lot.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Bani Naim
 Bani Naim is a Palestinian village.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Bani Naim
 View of the village.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 The West Bank city of Nablus.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 Nablus is set in a desert hilly landscape.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 The name Nablus comes from the Greek Neapolis (New City).
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 The city was founded by Roman Emperor, Titus is 72. It has been ruled by Samaritans, Christians, Arabs and the Ottomans.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 The city has been occupied by Israel since 1967 and is a centre of Palestinian resistance.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 Jacob's Well.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 View from Mount Gerizim.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 Mount Gerizim is the scene of the Samaritan Passover celebrations.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Dahish
 Dahish is one many Palestinian refugee camps dating from 1948 when the state of Israel was created.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Dahish
 Street scene in the refugee camp.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Dahish
 The camp is run down.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Dahish
 Extending a house.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Sabastiya
 Sabastiya is the site of Samaria, the capital of Israel between 880 BC and 721 BC.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Sabastiya
 After 700 BC this region was inhabited by Samaritans.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Sabastiya
 The minaret.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
 El Nasir (Nazareth) is an Arab city in the north of Israel.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 The Church of the Annunciation.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 The interior contains paintings from around the world, like this one from Ukraine.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 Thai painting.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 Painting from China.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 Painting from Korea.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
Church of the Annunciation
 The interior.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
 St Gabriel's Church dates from the 17th century and is Greek Catholic.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Nazareth
 The Synagogue Church.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Cana
 A group of churches in the village of Cana where Christains believe Jesus performed his first miracle.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Cana
 Typical architecture in Cana.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Cana
 Confession booth.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Tiberius
 Tiberius by the Sea of Galilee is a city of contrasts.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Safed
 The old Arab quarter of Safed is now an artists' colony.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Baram
 Baram Kibutz is close to the border with Lebanon.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Golan
 The Druze village of Ain Qunya.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Golan
 The Druze villagers were forced to accept Israeli citizenship or leave.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The port city of Acre.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Acre in northern Israel is a mainly Arab city.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The city from the marina.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The 18th century sea walls.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The sea walls with a church.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The marina.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 View from the sea.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Fishermen.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 People by the sea.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Boats.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The Muslim quarter.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The walls of Acre.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The old city.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The market.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 View from the 18th century walls.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar
 Fountain in the courtyard.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar
 Decorated exterior.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar
 The inside decoration of the 18th century mosque.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar
 Signature of an Ottoman sultan.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 View across the city.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Streets in the souk.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 Lighthouse.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The old city.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The beach at Acre.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 Haifa is on the slopes of Mount Carmel.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 Haifa is a modern city but was once ruled by Richard The Lionheart and Saladin.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 The Carmelite Railway slopes up the hill.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Tomb of Baha'u'llah
 The tomb is set in a Persian garden.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Tomb of Baha'u'llah
 The Bahai faith preaches that all religion is progressive and accepts all prophets.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Tomb of Baha'u'llah
 View of the sea from Mount Carmel.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 View of the city.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
 Street scene.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Carmelite Monastery
 Stained glass window.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Carmelite Monastery
 The painted interior.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Ramla
 Ramla is a town dating from 716 and inhabited by Jews, Christians and Muslims.
1986
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.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Lod
St George
 Chandelier.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Lod
St George
 Carving of George killing the dragon.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Ashqelon
 Ashqelon is a modern city on an ancient site.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Ashqelon
 Cafe sign in Hebrew.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Ashqelon
 In 1948 when the State of Israel was created the city's Arab population were expelled to Gaza.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Bet Guvrin
 Bet Guvrin Kibutz was built in 1949 on the ruins of an Arab village.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Gaza
 Gaza is the largest city in the Gaza strip, occupied by Egypt in 1948 and Israel in 1967.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Gaza
 Street scene and mosque.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Gaza
 The market.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Mount Tabor
 The town below the hill.
1986
Italy
Rome
 Rome is one of Europe's most historical cities. It was founded in 753 BC.
1994

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