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Cave of the Patriarchs
Head about 20 miles south of Jerusalem into the Judean Hills, and you will eventually reach the ancient city of Hebron. Historically, this city is one of the oldest in existence—founded around 1720 BC—and biblically one of the holiest cities in the Holy Land. It is also the largest city in the contested territory of...
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Opulent
One of the most significant public buildings from the Second Temple period ever uncovered; new pathways in Western Wall Tunnels provide 2nd life to underground ancient Jerusalem. Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists have unearthed what may have been a 2,000-year-old city council building — a few hundred meters from its modern counterpart — during continuing excavations...
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Holidays in Israel | Tisha B’Av
Regarded by many as one of the most solemn days on the Jewish calendar, Tisha B’Av is a day of worldwide communal mourning for the Jewish community. Tisha B’Av is an observed fast day in Israel, and throughout the worldwide Jewish community, much like Yom Kippur (the most solemn day, the Day of Atonement). It...
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Best Snacks in Jerusalem’s Old City
It has been said that good food is very often the simplest food. And if your culinary adventures happen to take you to a city in a far-flung corner of the world, consider making Jerusalem your starting point. Renowned for its rich history, Jerusalem is acclaimed equally for its food. A perfect mélange of Eastern...
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Beit Shemesh
In the Judean Lowlands, not far from Jerusalem, stands a low hill—or a tel, in Hebrew—which overlooks the fertile Sorek Valley. The hill was once home to Beit Shemesh, a small city with an extensive history in the biblical record. The name Beit Shemesh—meaning “House of the Sun”—lends some clues as to its beginnings as...
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Herodium | King Herod’s Palace Fortress
Located less than 10 miles south of Jerusalem, and a stone’s throw from Bethlehem, the ancient city of Herodium stands in stark contrast to its surrounding area. One of the most immediately notable features is the nearly 2,500-foot volcano-like hill which seems to rise majestically out of the desert. It is on this hilltop where...
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The Biblical Gilgal
During the time of Joshua, the Israelites, after the miraculous crossing of the Jordan River, made their first encampment “on the eastern edge of Jericho” in a place that would later be called “Gilgal”. The name “Gilgal” (likely meaning “circle of stones” in Hebrew) was given based on God’s pronouncement in Joshua 5:9: Then the...
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Shavu’ot | A Celebration of One People, One Nation, and One God
At the heart of the Shavu’ot celebration is God’s provision for His people, both practically and spiritually. Shavu’ot ultimately invites Jews to remember where they came from, where they are now, and their covenant with God, who brought them there. It is a celebration of one people and one nation who serve one God. One...
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Sacred Sites in Israel | The Church of Mary Magdalene
Jerusalem is home to many sacred sites and churches, and a visitor to Israel will discover that many of these churches are built on or near a significant event in the life of Jesus Christ. The Church of Mary Magdalene, one of the most iconic of all the churches in Jerusalem, is seated on the...
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The Valley of Elah
Located on the western edge of the Judean foothills lies a triangular area of land known as the Valley of Elah. The Hebrew name Elah comes from the terebinth tree, related to the pistachio tree, and is quite populous in the region. An easy drive from both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, the Elah Valley and...
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