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Widely considered to be one of the happiest times in the Jewish calendar, and observed during the High Holy Day season, the festival of Sukkot starts exactly 14 nights after the Jewish new year, Rosh HaShana, begins, and four nights after Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, ends. This special holiday celebrates the gathering of...
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Located in the city center of Israel’s capital, Jerusalem, the Friends of Zion Museum brings together the stories of extraordinary non-Jewish people who brought love and heroism to the world through their support of the Jewish people and the establishment of the State of Israel. Long the vision of its founder, evangelist and author Dr....
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Tower of David
The Tower of David (also known as The Jerusalem Citadel) is one of Jerusalem’s most well-known and beloved national heritage sites, housing important archaeological ruins which date back almost 3,000 years. Located just near the Jaffa Gate entrance, which leads to the western edge of Jerusalem’s Old City, the Tower of David was originally constructed...
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While there are many stories connected to the walls of Jerusalem, it is the story of its gates which holds special significance. Although the gates in biblical times were in a slightly different location, the present gates which offer passage into the four quarters of the city are part of walls which were built in...
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An ancient village located in the northern Galilee region, Chorazin is located two and a half miles from the other towns that formed what is known as the Evangelical Triangle. Comprised of three towns—Bethsaida, Capernaum, and Chorazin—the Evangelical Triangle is where Jesus spent the bulk of His earthly ministry. Prior to Jesus’ ministry, Chorazin had...
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“And when [Jesus] drew near and saw the city, he wept over it…” – Luke 19:41 Located halfway down the steep western slope of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, visitors will find the church of Dominus Flevit (“The Lord Wept” in Latin). Like many structures in Jerusalem, the church was designed and built by...
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The ancient Mediterranean seaport of Caesarea Maritima is perhaps one of Israel’s most famous attractions. Located about halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa on the Mediterranean Coast in the lower Galilee, the city was first built in the third century BC, but its popularity and importance grew when Herod the Great established it as an...
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Seated as a lone sentinel overlooking the Jordan Valley, Belvoir Fortress may be one of the best kept secrets in northern Israel. Located just 20 kilometers south of the Sea of Galilee, the site is a testament to Crusader fortitude and ingenuity in the land of the Bible nearly 1,000 years ago. Originally owned by a French...
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Located just outside Jerusalem’s city walls, near the Damascus Gate, you’ll find the Garden Tomb. Considered by many to be site of Jesus’ crucifixion, burial, and resurrection, the location is in some ways a “rival site” to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Despite the historical uncertainty, many agree the Garden Tomb serves as a...
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The city of Jerusalem was center stage for many significant miracles during Jesus’ ministry. One of the most significant of Jesus’ miracles occurred at the Pools of Bethesda where He healed the paralytic (John 5:2-9). In the time of Jesus, these pools were believed to possess healing powers. According to John’s Gospel, an angel would...
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