Abel Beth Maacah

Abel Beth Maacah

Abel Beth Maacah is ancient biblical city that is mentioned in 2 Samuel 20.

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Akko

Akko

Akko or Acre (biblical Ptolemais) fell to the Muslims in the year 1291 CE.

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Beit Jamal Monastery

Beit Jamal Monastery

Beit Jamal Monastery preserves the ruins of a Byzantine church which is believed to be the burial place of Rabbi Gamilel I and Saint Stephen.

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Ben Gurion International Airport

Ben Gurion International Airport

Ben Gurion International Airport is currently Israel’s only international airport. The airport serves both domestic (to Eilat) and outgoing international flights to most of the world.

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Bethlehem

Bethlehem

Bethlehem (בית לחם) is today a town in the West Bank. Historically, it was considered to be a suburb of broader Jerusalem, and today the city of Jerusalem would flow into the town were it not for the modern Separation Barrier.

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Birket Ram

Birket Ram

Birket Ram or Ram Lake is a crater lake located in the Golan Heights, south of Mount Hermon.

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Calatrava Bridge

Calatrava Bridge

The Calatrava Bridge is also known as the  Bridge of Strings (גשר המיתרים‎, Gesher HaMeitarim). It was engineered by Santiago Calatrava. The bridge marks t

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Capernaum

Capernaum

Capernaum is located in the Lower Galilee region, on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee, just west of the Jordan River at approximately 210 meters below sea level.

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Chapel of the Ascension

Chapel of the Ascension

The Chapel of the Ascension is located on the Mount of Olives and is believed to be the place where Jesus ascended to heaven after his resurrection.

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