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Shrine of the Book in Jerusalem, Israel - houses the Dead Sea Scrolls—discovered 1947–56 in 11 caves in and around the Wadi Qumran. Two American architects designed the roof of the Shrine of the Book to make it look like one of the jars that contained the Scrolls.

Discover Shrine of the Book in Jerusalem, Israel: The home of the Dead Sea Scrolls is an abstract modernist dream.

The Shrine of the Book- Israel- Among the museum's treasures, there are the oldest Boblical scrolls found in the Qumran Caves (above The Dead Sea)

The Shrine of the Book- Israel- Among the museum's treasures, there are the oldest Boblical scrolls found in the Qumran Caves (above The Dead Sea)

Above the Damascus Gate Old Jerusalem Rampart walk

Above the Damascus Gate Old Jerusalem Rampart walk

The stone stairway on part of the Ramparts Walk atop the old walls of Jerusalem.  It's a challenging climb up and down stairs, but the views inside the city walls and out into the distance are incredible.  We prayed for the peace of Jerusalem as we walked.

The stone stairway on part of the Ramparts Walk atop the old walls of Jerusalem. It's a challenging climb up and down stairs, but the views inside the city walls and out into the distance are incredible. We prayed for the peace of Jerusalem as we walked.

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

A checklist for the must-see Most Holy Places in Jerusalem, including The Sea of Galilee, the Via Dolorosa, Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane, Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Tips for Traveling to Israel + Where to Eat and Where to Stay in Jerusalem.

Jerusalem

A checklist for the must-see Most Holy Places in Jerusalem, including The Sea of Galilee, the Via Dolorosa, Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane, Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Tips for Traveling to Israel + Where to Eat and Where to Stay in Jerusalem.

Caesarea, Israel

Caesarea, Israel: I was waiting for Charlton Heston to show up as Ben Hur in the chariot!

Jerusalem was my first place to explore in Israel and I’m glad of that. It’s much easier to navigate than huge Tel Aviv and has a smaller town vibe making it a place you can ease into Israel. Visiting Jerusalem Israel + Where to stay in Jerusalem and how to dress in Jerusalem.

What It's Like Visiting Jerusalem Israel (+where to stay

I can't wait to share with you how visiting Jerusalem Israel changed my perspective on the whole country - I loved this city!

Merchant Near the Damascus Gate, Jerusalem, ISRAEL

Merchant Near the Damascus Gate, Jerusalem

Masada.  "Masada is a magnificently located fortress site in Israel's stark Judean Desert, close to the Dead Sea. The last Jewish holdout to fall to Rome in 73 CE, Masada symbolizes the exile of the Jewish nation from the Holy Land".- Been here!

"Masada is a magnificently located fortress site in Israel's stark Judean Desert, close to the Dead Sea. The last Jewish holdout to fall to Rome in 73 CE, Masada symbolizes the exile of the Jewish nation from the Holy Land".

Bethelem: Church of the Nativity and Pilgrimage (UNESCO) - Bethlehem, Palestine

The Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem is a major Christian holy site, as it marks the traditional place of Christ's birth. It is also one of the oldest surviving Christian churches.

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