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Photos marked as were added from 23 September 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Citadel
View of the Dome of the Rock and the Church of Mary Magdelane from the Citadel.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 Sweet shop in the Muslim Quarter.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 Steps and arches.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 Street scene.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 View of the old city.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 The hilly old city.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 Man carrying sweets.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Armenian Quarter
 The Armenian Quarter.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Armenian Quarter
 Tile from an Armenian church.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Armenian Quarter
 Carving on an Armenian church.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Jewish Quarter
 The Jewish Quarter of old Jerusalem was rebuilt after 1967.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Jewish Quarter
 The modern Jewish Quarter.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Dome of the Rock
 The Dome of the Rock houses a rock believed to be where Abraham was to sacrifice his son, Isaac.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Dome of the Rock
 The elaborately decorated entrance.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Dome of the Rock
 Detail of the beautiful tilework.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Al Aksa Mosque
 The Al Aksa Mosque. Muslims believe Mohammad ascended to heaven from this spot.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Al Aksa Mosque
 The minaret.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
 The Harem es Sharif is under Palestinian control.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
 View of the Harem es Sharif.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
 Islamic school.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 1 (now an Islamic school) is where Pilate condemned Jesus to death.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 2 (now a Franciscan chapel) marks where Jesus was whipped by the Romans.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 The Ecce Homo Arch (2nd century) where Pilate declared "behold the man".
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 4 (an Armenian Catholic church) where Jesus met his mother.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 5 is Jesus' handprint on the wall. Simon takes up the cross.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 6 is where Christians believe Veronica hands Jesus the handkerchief that Jusus wiped his face on, leaving an image. The name Veronica means "true image"
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 9. The Coptic church that marks Jesus falling for the third time.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 An Armenian Orthodox church near Golgotha, the site of the crucifiction.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Church of the Holy Sepelchre
 Inside the church there are many chapels shared among several denominations of Christianity.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
 Views of the old city from the Jewish Necropolis on the Mount of Olives.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Tomb of the Virgin
 The 1130 AD Crusader Tomb of the Virgin.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Basillica of the Agony
 The Basillica of the Agony (1924) is set in the Garden of Gethsemene.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Basillica of the Agony
 The rock where Christians believe Jesus agonised and prayed while his disciples slept.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Dominus Flavit
 The tear shaped Dominus Flavit Church ("Jesus Wept") was built in 1891 on the site of a mosque that was built in 1518 on the site of a church.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Dominus Flavit
 View from the altar.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 The Pater Noster ("Our Father") Church dates from 1856.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 The Pater Noster Church is over the grotto where Jeses taught the Lord's Prayer to his disciples.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 Tiles display the Lord's Prayer in many languages, including Greek.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 The Lord's Prayer in Hebrew.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 "Our Father" in Arabic.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
 The Russian Orthodox Church of Magdalene.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
 The mosque was originally a Crusader church and became a mosque in 1187. It is on the summit of the Mount of Olives.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Kidron Valley
 The Kidron Valley is between the city and the Mount of Olives.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Kidron Valley
 The valley has many tombs carved from solid rock.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount Zion
 Mount Zion is dotted with churches and mosques.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount Zion
 Christian mosaic.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
 En Karem is a suburb of West Jerusalem.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
Church of John The Baptist
 The Church of John The Baptist.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
Church of John The Baptist
 The interior.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
 The Roman catholic Visitatio Mariae Church is where the Virgin Mary visited her cousin Elizabeth.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
 View of En Karem.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
El Lazariye
 The suburb of El Lazariye, the Biblical Bethany.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
El Lazariye
 The Church of Lazarus marks the site of the tomb of Lazarus.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
 The Shrine of the Book is a museum for the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Knesset (parliament) is behind right.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
 The Knesset is the Israeli parliament.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
 Bethlehem (House of Bread), 9km South of Jerusalem, is a Christian town in the West Bank.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
Church of the Nativity
 The church was rebuilt in 529 but survived invations by the Persians, Crusaders, Mameluks and Ottomans.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
 There are several churches in Bethlehem.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
 The Grotto of the Milk.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
 A church clocktower.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is an oasis to the north of the Dead Sea.
1986
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

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