Masada

Masada

Masada is the desert fortress of Herod the Great and the site of the last battle against Rome in the Great Jewish Revolt of 66-73 CE.

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Mensa Christi

Mensa Christi

Mensa Christi or The Church of the Primacy of Peter sits on the northern edge of the Sea of Galilee. Here, according to John 21, Jesus makes his third appearance to his disciples after the resurrection.

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Mishkenot Sha’ananim

Mishkenot Sha’ananim

Mishkenot Sha’ananim is the first Jewish neighborhood established outside Jerusalem’s Old City walls in 1860. The project was envisioned by Sir Moses Monteifore and was financed by the estate of Judah Toure of New Orleans, LA.

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Mount Arbel

Mount Arbel

Mount Arbel is located in the lower Galilee region and is very likely the passageway Jesus took from Nazareth to Capernaum.

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Muhraka

Muhraka

The site of Muhraka (Muhraqa, Deir Al-Mukhraka) is the traditional place where Elijah fought the prophets of Baal as reported in 1 Kings 18:16-45

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Muristan

Muristan

The Muristan is the marketplace area of the Christian Quarter in the Old City Walls of Jerusalem. 

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Nabi Samwil

Nabi Samwil

Nabi Samwil is the traditional home of the prophet Samuel.

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Nazareth

Nazareth

Nazareth is a city in the Lower Galilee region that sits on an east-west mountain range that rises to the height of 1600 feet (490 meters). In ancient times, it is best known as the place of the Annunciation and the home of Jesus’ childhood.

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Nimrod Fortress

Nimrod Fortress

Nimrod Castle is a medieval castle that was built in 1229 CE by Al Aziz Uthman, the nephew of Saladin.

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Prima Kings Hotel

Prima Kings Hotel

Prima Kings is a 4 star hotel located between the modern suburbs and the legendary Old City of Jerusalem.

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