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Patmos, Greece | The End of the World Begins Here
AD 95 marked the beginning of the end after Roman emperor Domitian exiled the apostle John—by then an old man—to a small volcanic island off the coast of Greece. John the Revelator (perhaps most fittingly called St. John the Erupter), would use his time alone as a prisoner on Patmos Island to pen the apocalyptic...
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Sepphoris | The Mosaic City
It was a city once called the “ornament of all Galilee” by first century Jewish historian Josephus Flavius, but looking at the excavation of the ancient city of Sepphoris, one can only imagine this present-day national park was once the religious and spiritual hub of Jewish life in all of Israel. The name Sepphoris is...
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Abu Simbel – The Great Temple on the Nile
Rising from the western shore of the majestic Lake Nasser—a reservoir of the Nile River—the commanding rock-hewn temple of Abu Simbel stands as a self-made monument to the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II and is arguably the most famous site after the pyramids at Giza. Constructed in 13BC, the site is a complex of two temples,...
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The Acropolis | A Colossal City on High
Perched atop a rocky limestone hill overlooking the vibrant city of Athens, Greece, stands the magnificent Acropolis. This ancient flat-topped stronghold beckons visitors to experience the mysteries of its rich and storied past—as the seat of kings, a powerful fortress, a religious center, and more recently, a UNESCO World Heritage site and popular tourist attraction...
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Haifa stands today as the third largest city in the State of Israel. Known by a copious number of other names throughout its 3,000-year history, the city’s reputation has grown tremendously in recent years as an industrialized giant and a cultural hub within the Holy Land. With a population of nearly 270,000, this bustling city...
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Tu Bishvat | The New Year of Trees
Trees play an important role in the Bible as a symbol of faith, strength, righteousness, and rebirth. Our intimate connection to trees is displayed throughout Scripture. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that Israel—the land of the Bible—has its own celebration in honor of trees. The holiday of Tu Bishvat is known colloquially as...
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Observed on the third Monday of January each year, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is not just a federal holiday but also a time for reflection, commemoration, and inspiration. The day not only honors King’s life and legacy as one of the most influential figures in the civil rights movement, but it has also spurred...
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If one had to finish the oft-quoted sentence, “When in Rome…” with only one directive, it should be “When in Rome…visit the Pantheon.” That’s because this ancient edifice is not just a 1,900-year-old architectural marvel; it may just be the architectural marvel of all time. Perhaps the most well-preserved ancient structure anywhere on earth, the...
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Foods of Israel
Influenced by its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, and blending Jewish and Arabic traditions, Israeli cooking has a diverse, undefinable flair. And according to many restaurateurs and foodies, Israeli cuisine was dubbed the newest food trend to watch for in the coming years. Staple foods like hummus, falafel, Israeli salad, shakshuka, and shawarma—all rustic, simple...
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Jerusalem – Old City
Widely considered to be the center of the world, Jerusalem was named the capital of Israel by King David in 1004 BCE/BC after his conquest of the Jebusites. The Old City walls of today were built in 1535–1542 by the Ottoman Turkish sultan Suleiman the Magnificent. The old city boasts numerous gates—some opened, some sealed—towers,...
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