Tel Hazor

Tel Hazor

Tel Hazor is the largest tel in the Middle East and the capital of the ancient Canaanite Empire.

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Tel Megiddo

Tel Megiddo

Tel Megiddo is located on the western side of the Jezreel Valley. According to Revelations 16:16, the Greek word Armageddon comes from the Hebrew name of this site: Har Megiddo, literally Mount Megiddo.

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Tel Shiloh

Tel Shiloh

Tel Shiloh rests along the geographical border of Judea and Samaria, along the north-south route known as the Way of the Patriarchs.

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Timna Valley

Timna Valley

The Timna Valley is located in the southern part of the Arabah Valley, approximately 30 km (20 mi) north of Eilat and the Red Sea. It has been a major source of copper for over five millennia.

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Tower of David

Tower of David

The Tower of David is located at the entrance of Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City. It is an ancient citadel first built in the second century BCE.

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Yad va-Shem

Yad va-Shem

The Yad vaShem Holocaust Memorial is located on the western side of New Jerusalem on Mount Herzl. Yad vaShem literally means a ’a memorial and a name,’ a phrase which comes out of Isaiah 56:5.

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