Christian places Capernaum and Tabgha
One of the most important place for the Christian world in the Sea of ​​Galilee is the city of Capernaum. He is mentioned in the New Testament as the birthplace…

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Nazareth. Church Synagogue
Note: Visiting this Christian shrine is not included in all excursion routes. But it always follows after a visit to the Church of the Annunciation. Therefore, I consider it appropriate…

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Jerusalem. Yad Vashem Memorial
A visit to the Yad Vashem Memorial does not require a preface. The theme is clear without it. The Nazi crimes during the Second World War, one way or another…

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Holy places of the Sea of Galilee

The Sea of ​​Galilee is Israel’s largest lake. Perhaps on a global scale it is not so great, but given its importance for the country, the Israelis call it the sea. His name is also the Tiberian or Ginossar Sea. And in Hebrew, the lake is called Keenerit. The entire coast of the lake is marked by temples that were erected at different times in memory of those miracles that Jesus Christ did. These places are called the cradle of Christianity. After all, Christ came here to preach to the inhabitants of the fishing villages. Jesus walked across the water of the Sea of ​​Galilee “like in the dry,” the Sermon on the Mount of Beatitudes was read, in Tabgha there was an increase in bread and fish, which is described in the Gospel. In Capernaum, Jesus healed the sick and found his disciples. The ancient name of Magdal, from where Maria Magdalene was born, gave the name to the Russian monastery of Mary Magdalene. The Catholic Church of Minza Christie (Church of the Superiority of Peter) was built on the site where Jesus commissioned Peter to lead the Christian church. Continue reading

Jerusalem

Usually saying “Jerusalem” they imagine a city-museum in which almost every stone is a historical monument. However, not only that attracts tourists today. In the city – an incredible number of exhibition halls, museums and galleries of modern art.

The huge Israel Museum, which opened after reconstruction in July this year, is located on an area of ​​eight hectares. There is nothing from the boredom of a frozen story. In art galleries concerts and theater performances are held, so even if you are not a lover of fine art, but just came to listen to music, it is impossible to ignore the interiors. And on weekends in the museum are “silent” discos. They give out wireless headphones to everyone who comes in – and it begins: the DJ sets the music to which everyone dances, admiring the light projections on the walls of the museum. Continue reading

City of the world: Jerusalem

Translated from Hebrew, Jerusalem – “city of peace.” Here are five more reasons to come to Jerusalem.

Security
What I like about the Israelis is thoroughness. Some will call it meticulous and, in general, will be right. El Al, which is considered the safest in the world, confirms its reputation from the first minutes of acquaintance.

“For security reasons, we will ask you some questions,” the representative of the airline, Dima, smiles warmly.

And it begins: “To whom are you flying? Do you have relatives in Israel? Continue reading

Nazareth. Church of the Annunciation and the Church of St. Joseph
Statistics know everything. One must think that the total number of churches and temples of the Annunciation, erected on all continents of the globe, is also known. But only one…

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Israel Attractions
Tomb of the Virgin (Jehoshaphatova Valley) Christian Shrine Tomb of the Virgin Empress Elena (mother of Emperor Constantine the First) built a church in 326, which was able to survive…

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Israel Attractions
Tomb of the Virgin (Jehoshaphatova Valley) Christian Shrine Tomb of the Virgin Empress Elena (mother of Emperor Constantine the First) built a church in 326, which was able to survive…

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Nazareth. Church Synagogue
Note: Visiting this Christian shrine is not included in all excursion routes. But it always follows after a visit to the Church of the Annunciation. Therefore, I consider it appropriate…

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