one of the oldest cities in the world. For over 3000 years of existence, Jerusalem has been the center of civilization and the foundation of faith. It has been declared the “Naval of the World”, the spiritual and geographical center of the universe and the place from which the entire world begun. Jerusalem carries marks of our evolution and envelopes our past, present and future.
only 105 years old, Young attractive city with great Museum, fashionable street to stroll. Great Beaches with water barrier all along the way and lots of good restaurant do dine at.Food and other outdoor markets to enjoy. Tel a Aviv was recognized by Unesco only because of the Bauhaus Architecture which big parts of it are designed with.
Caesarea was built by King Herod to be the royal sea port for his kingdom over 2000 years ago. Built with all the luxury in the world, it is attractive even today and much of its remains are still intact together with the crusader fortified town built in the 12 century.
Israel’s third largest city and one of its prettiest, Haifa has a lot to offer visitors. It has the country’s largest port, a particularly active beach and is the home of the World Center of the Bahai Faith. Surrounded by abundant nature sites, the city contains an interesting mix of modern neighborhoods and older districts; churches and mosques; mountain and sea.
This biblical sea port is mostly famous for its great remains from the Crusader period. Beneath today’s ground level are the remains of the castle built by the Maltese Knights (the knights of St. John order). They allocated their headquarters in the capital of the second Latin kingdom. Despite all the fighting from those days, many impressive buildings, streets, and great halls are still very well preserved.
Capernaum was once a fishing village where Jesus had settled. It sits on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee, not far from where the upper Jordan River falls joins with the sea. Capernaum used to be one of the largest villages around the sea and the place where Jesus found the first followers.
Not far from Nazareth, this town is the location of the first miracle in the Christian tradition where Jesus Christ celebrated the young couple’s marriage by turning water into wine.
The church holds many significant remains of different periods including the Aramaic inscription which testifies for the Synagogue.
Masada is an ancient fortification in the Southern District of Israel situated on top of an isolated rock plateau (akin to a mesa) on the eastern edge of the Judaean Desert, overlooking the Dead Sea. Herod the Great built palaces for himself on the mountain and fortified Masada between 37 and 31 BCE. According to Josephus, the Siege of Masada by troops of the Roman Empire towards the end of the First Jewish–Roman War ended in the mass suicide of the 960 Sicarri rebels and their families hiding there. Masada is located 20 kilometres (12 mi) east of Arad.