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Paran Monastery

Paran Monastery and Nahal Prat Nature Reserve

Paran The Desert of Paran or Wilderness of Paran (also sometimes spelled Pharan or Faran; מדבר פארן) is in the Sinai Peninsula 35 miles from Mount Sinai. The Paran Monatery in the ...

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Beth Saida

Ruins of fishing village Bethsaida mentioned in New Testament of Bible, north of Sea of Galilee, Israel
Photo: Chmee2

Bethsaida (Khirbet et-Tel) is an ancient city 2 km north side of the Sea of Galilee in the fertile delta of the upper Jordan river, where it enters to the sea of ...

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Magdala

Hanay - Own work

Historic Migdal – Magdala The ancient city of Migdala Nunia was a prosperous fishing village on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. The name Magdala Nunia means “fish tower” and probably ...

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Maqam Abu Ibrahim

Abu Ibrahim Dalyat al Karmel

Maqam Abu Ibrahim – Druze Holy Place In the western part (the oldest part) of the Druze village of Daliat El-Carmel is Maqam Abu Ibrahim Shrine, a beautiful stone structure with a red dome. The ...

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The Inn of the Good Samaritan

Good Samaritan

Museum of the Good Samaritan The Museum of the Good Samaritan, one of the world’s largest archaeological mosaic museums, features an open-air display of mosaics and archaeological findings from both Jewish ...

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Chapel of the Ascension

Chapel_of_the_Ascension_in_Jerusalem

Chapel of the Ascension The Chapel of the Ascension in A-Tur, Jerusalem is a Christian and Muslim holy site that is believed to mark the place where Jesus ascended into heaven. ...

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Chapel of Flagellation

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The Franciscan Chapel of Flagellation The complex was given to the Franciscans by Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt in the 19th century. The Roman Catholic chapel, built during the 1920s on ...

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