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ritual-bath
Also found is a fragment of a Byzantine-era lamp with the inscription, “the Light of Christ shines for all,” possibly used during Easter celebrations in the Holy Sepulchre. Archaeologists have unearthed a Jewish ritual bath dating back to the late Second Temple period, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem announced Wednesday. The ritual cleansing bath, known...
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Philippi | Birthplace of Christianity
It is often said that of all the ruins in ancient Greece, there are none as rich as those at Philippi. This UNESCO World Heritage site near the modern city of Kavala in the northeast of Greece, has perhaps the best footprint of early Christian history next to Jerusalem. The city, originally named Krenides, was...
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Jericho | City of Walls, Desert Oasis
Considered to be the world’s oldest continually inhabited city, built anywhere from 10000 BCE to 7000 BC, the biblical city of Jericho was the strongest fortress in all the land of Canaan. Located on a narrow plain on the western side of the lower Jordan River Valley, it appears to have had an advanced society...
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Kusadasi | Turkey’s Top Holiday Destination
Renowned for its reputation as a holiday hot spot for flocks of tourists, Kusadasi is arguably the most popular cruise ship port on the Turkish Aegean coastline. Replete with all the trappings of a beach town, Kusadasi boasts charming resorts, an active entertainment and shopping scene, and miles of beach and turquoise waters. This former...
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Cave of the Apocalypse
Located in the southeastern part of Aegean Sea, the small Greek island of Patmos boasts all the elements of what you would expect from an ideal vacation spot: breezy and pristine beaches, plentiful wildlife, magnificent vistas, and historic sites. Patmos welcomes massive numbers of tourists from around the world for these characteristics alone, but its...
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Shavu’ot | The Feast of Weeks or Firstfruits
One of the most sacred holidays on the Jewish calendar, Shavu’ot is a two-day celebration which translates to mean “weeks” in Hebrew, lending credence to one of its more recognizable names, the “Festival of Weeks.” At the heart of the Shavu’ot celebration is God’s provision for His people, both practically and spiritually. Shavu’ot ultimately invites...
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The Yardenit Baptismal Site
One of the most visited sites by pilgrims of all types is the Jordan River, where baptisms occur regularly among Christians visiting Israel. While there is no conclusive proof of exactly where Jesus was baptized, for many who want to experience the beauty and solemnity of being baptized in the Jordan, the Yardenit Baptismal Site...
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National-Holidays-in-Israel-Memorial-Day-and-Independence-Day
After the return of the Jewish people to their homeland and the rebirth of the State of Israel in 1948, several holidays were added to the Jewish calendar, each commemorating an important aspect of Israel’s history and existence. Two days, forever connected, back-to-back on both the Jewish and Gregorian calendars, from sunset to sunset—Yom Ha’Zikaron,...
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Honoring the Past and Looking to the Future | Yom HaShoah and Yad Vashem
Known as Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom HaShoah is a national memorial day in Israel. The full name of the holiday is Yom HaShoah Ve-Hagevurah, translated as the “Day of (remembrance of) the Holocaust and the Heroism.” The day was selected in a resolution passed by the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, on April 12, 1951. Yom HaShoah...
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Holidays in Israel | Pesach (Passover)
The story of the exodus from Egypt is ultimately a celebration of freedom, but it is also a powerful metaphor that is appreciated not only by Jews, but by Christians as well. The festival of Pesach, known as Passover, holds multiple layers of meaning, particularly in Israel. Within the Jewish faith, Pesach marks the Israelites’...
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