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Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 The region around the fortress is desolate.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 According to the writer Jospehus, the 960 inhabitants of the city committed mass suicide rather than surrender to the Romans.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 The fortress is surrounded by barren mountains.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 Looking West into Palestine.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 Buildings on the hilltop fortrss of Masada overlook barren mountains.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 Military buildings.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 Mosaic in a dwelling.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 Herod The Great's palace.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 Circular religious building.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 House.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 The fortress was destroyed by the Romans.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 The fortress is an extensive site.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 View from a cave.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 The walls.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Ancient City
 The ancient city of Jericho has been ruled by Canaanites, Israelites, Persians, Greeks, Maccabean Jews, Romans and Umayyads.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Ancient City
 The foundations of ancient Jericho, one of the world's oldest cities. These structures are dated 7000 BC.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Ancient City
 A mosaic from a 6th century synagogue.
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Jericho
Ancient City
 A mosaic with Hebrew writing.
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Jericho
Ancient City
 A synagogue mosaic.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 The ruins of Hisham Palace.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 The palace was built in 724.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 The palace was built by an Umayyad Caliph.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 Stone decorated with plants.
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Jericho
Hisham Palace
 After being abandoned the palace was covered by sand until 1937.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 The palace is a mix of Classical and Islamic architecture.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 An apse.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 Roman, Greek and Islamic influences.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 The palace is unique and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 Ballustrade decorated with geometric shapes.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 The Tree of Life mosaic in the bathhouse.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
Hisham Palace
 Detail of the lion and gazelle mosaic.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Harem-el-Halil
 Harem-el-Halil contains the tomb of Abraham and other patriarchs in Hebron. This is a holy site for Jews, Christians and Muslims.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Harem-el-Halil
 The decorated interior.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Harem-el-Halil
 Two of the tombs.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 A temple on Mount Gerizim.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Bani Naim
 Lot's Tomb.
Israel / Palestine
Sabastiya
 The ruins of Herod's town, destroyed by the Romans in 68.
Israel / Palestine
Sabastiya
 Later Graeco-Roman structure.
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Sabastiya
 Israelite wall from 800 BC.
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Sabastiya
 The mosque was once a 4th century church.
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Sabastiya
 The tombs of Prophets Elishah and Obidiah.
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Sabastiya
 The ruins are set in arid landscape.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Tel El-Husa
 Tel El-Husa is one of the many archeological sites in the Jezreel Valley.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Tel El-Husa
 Canaanite temples dating from 1500 BC.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Tel El-Husa
 The Canaanite city gate.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
 Bet Alfa is a kibutz with a 6th century mosaic from a synagogue in its grounds.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Bet Shearim
 Entrance to the Jewish necropolis cut into a hillside at Bet Shearim.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Bet Shearim
 Underground tombs.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Bet Shearim
 Carved menoras, a symbol of Judaism.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Bet Shearim
 Carved sarcophagus.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Bet Shearim
 Animal carving on a tomb.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Bet Shearim
 Bull and eagle.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
Bet Shearim
 Stone entrance.
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Jezreel Valley
Bet Shearim
 Stone steps leading to tombs.
Israel / Palestine
Jezreel Valley
 The Greek-Roman amphitheatre at Bet She'an.
Israel / Palestine
Har Megiddo
 Har Megiddo is a hill first settled by the Canaanites in 4000 BC.
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Har Megiddo
 The name Har Megiddo has been corrupted to "Armageddon".
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Har Megiddo
 Solomon's palace dates from 1000 BC.
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Har Megiddo
 Horse feeding troughs for Solomon's stables.
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Har Megiddo
 Circular Canaanite temple.
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Har Megiddo
 Circular Canaanite shrine dating from around 1900 BC.
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Har Megiddo
 Har Megiddo is set on a hill.
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Har Megiddo
 Jews believe that Armageddon is the place of the final battle before Judgement Day.
Israel / Palestine
Har Megiddo
 The East Temple is a Canaanite forerunner of a synagogue dating from 1900 BC.
Israel / Palestine
Har Megiddo
 Solomon's stables.
Israel / Palestine
Har Megiddo
 Grain silo dating from 8th century BC.
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Har Megiddo
 The entrance to a water system built by King Ahab c 900 BC.
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Har Megiddo
 King Ahab's water system is 60m deep and 120m long.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Church of the Beatitudes
 The octagonal Church of the Beatitudes was built in 1933 by Mussolini.
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Galilee
Church of the Beatitudes
 The interior.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Church of the Beatitudes
 The beatitudes in Latin.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Copernaum
 Copernaum is a 2nd century BC city that is the scene of many miracles by Jesus.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Copernaum
 The site of many of the parables of Jesus.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Copernaum
 The synagogue where Jesus taught.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Taghba
 The basalt church at Taghba marks the spot where Jesus appeared after his ressurection.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Taghba
 Taghba is an oasis.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Taghba
 Stained glass window.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Taghba
 Rock on which Jesus dined with his disciples.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
 Statue showing Jesus blessing Peter.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
 5th century mosaic of a fish and two loaves by the Sea of Galilee.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Tiberius
 4th century mosaic of a Jewish Torah and two menoras.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Tiberius
 The tomb of Rabbi Me'ir Ba'al Hanes, a second century teacher.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Tiberius
 The tomb of Rabbi Maimon (died 1204) who was Saladin's personal physician.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Tiberius
 The Monastery of St Peter, built in the 12th century by the Crusaders.
Israel / Palestine
Galilee
Tiberius
 Greek mosaic of Helios, the Sun god, and the signs of the Zodiac, 4th century.
Israel / Palestine
Baram
 2nd century synagogue.
Israel / Palestine
Baram
 Maronite church in Baram, a town abandoned by its Christian Arab population when the state of Israel was created in 1948.
Israel / Palestine
Golan
 Bombed houses.
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Golan
 Abandoned Druze mosque.
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Golan
 Deserted Syrian orthodox church.
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Golan
 War bunker.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
 The Khan el Umden is an Ottoman caravanserai built on the site of a crusader monastery.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Underground City
 The underground city.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Underground City
 The underground Crusader city was built by the Knights of St John.
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Acre
Underground City
 Carved slab.
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Acre
Underground City
 Crusader architecture.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Lohamei Hagetaot
 Lohamei Hagetaot is a kibutz museum built by survivers from Eastern European concentration camps. This ia a model of Treblina.
Israel / Palestine
Acre
Lohamei Hagetaot
 Lithuanian synagogues.
Israel / Palestine
Haifa
Carmelite Monastery
 The Carmelite Monastery was founded in 1150 and is dedicated to the prophets Elisha and Elijah.
Israel / Palestine
Caeserea
 The ruins of Caeserea by the sea.

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