Israel

Brown Concrete Building Near Body Of Water

Israel

Israel is known mainly for historical and religious sites for Jewish, Muslim, and Christian faiths but thats not all the country has to offer. The Dead Sea is one of its most tourist attraction, being the Earth’s lowest point and one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water which means you can’t sink. In tel aviv the country’s most modern city and home to most international flights and traditional Israeli culinary scene a heavenly place for food lovers. From there you can visit Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world,Mount Zion and the City of David .Israel has a lot of important shrines and pilgrimage destinations. Galilee is home to a number of Christian sites, including Nazareth, where you’ll find the largest church in the Middle East; and the Jesus Trail or the Gospel Trail, hikes from Nazareth to the Sea of Galilee — which is also home to numerous sites of Christian interest, such as Capernaum, Tabgha (where Jesus fed people loaves and fishes), Cana, and the Mount of Beatitudes (the supposed location of the Sermon on the Mount)Known as the birthplace of Jesus, Bethlehem is a must-visit destination. Be sure to visit the Church of the Nativity, one of the most important Christian sites (ostensibly where Jesus was born) and also one of the world’s oldest operating churches.The Negev Desert covers the southern half of Israel. sandboarding in the dunes in the north to rappelling off the cliffs of the Ramon CraterMasada National Park. Located just 100km (62 miles) south of Jerusalem on the edge of the Dead Sea, this was the ancient fortress built by King Herod the Great on a plateau.

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