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Haifa & Old Acre

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Acre Wall

Haifa is situated on Mt. Carmel and its history is relatively brief. However, based on the Bible Elijah the Prophet was active in the Mt. Carmel area, where he fought the deities of Baal and escaped King Ahab and his wife Jezebel. For this reason, Haifa became a center of a number of religions including the Bahai faith, the...


Beit She’an

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Visiting the Beit She’an archaeological site will give us a better understanding of Roman\Byzantine design and architecture and will shed light on the way of living, commercial life and amusements of these eras. Beit-Shean was destroyed in the earthquake of 749 CE, and was never renovated or excavated in ancient time.  Recent excavations discovered the town the way it was the day it was destroyed....


Qumeran,Masada & the Dead Sea

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Ceasarea

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Caesarea

Until the mid first century BC, Caesarea was a small Phoenician fishing village, named Migdal Straton. The great King Herod, who was known as a great constructor, built a port town on top of this village. The town he has built was designed as a Roman town, and therefore was named  “Caesarea” after his patron, the Roman Caesar Augustus. The port was constructed in...


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