Baptism & the Dead Sea

To travel to Israel and visit the most wanted attractions, these are only some of the facts that are worth mentioning. there are 1578 public gardens and parks in Jerusalem, There are 7 big and open gates leading to the Old City of Jerusalem.
walk through history and have a beautiful once in a lifetime Jerusalem day tour

From ojalá to insha'Allah

Our third day in Jordan started off more smoothly than the previous day. Our first stop was Bethany Beyond the Jordan. This is thought to be the sight of Jesus’ baptism. The location has been “proven” by numerous historians and religious scholars, but it is not without controversy. That however, isn’t really the point to me. Jordan and the region all around it is steeped in social and religious history, just being within the vicinity of that kind of history is amazing. (Side note–I see that WP has changed the photo display style, if you’d like to read the photo caption just hover over it).

 

After seeing the Jordanian site we walked a bit farther to where you can actually touch the Jordan River. On the opposite side of the river bank is Israel and this location is (according to our guide) where Israel believes Jesus was baptized. So…

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Traveling Israel: Old Jerusalem and the Holy Selpuchre

I feel that Jerusalem tours are agriculture tours. It is one of the most important and beautiful cities in the world, its so special touring there

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Dateline: Jerusalem 1846

On this Good Friday the Latin priests arrived with their white linen altar-cloth to find that the Greeks had got there first with their silk embroidered cloth. The Catholics demanded to see the Greeks’ firman, their decree from the Sultan in Constantinople, empowering them to place their silk cloth on the altar first. The Greeks demanded to see the Latins’ firman allowing them to remove it. A fight broke out between the priests, who were quickly joined by monks and pilgrims on either side. Soon the whole church was a battlefield. The rival groups of worshippers fought not only with their fists, but with crucifixes, candlesticks, chalices, lamps and incense-burners, and even bits of wood which they tore from the sacred shrines. The fighting continued with knives and pistols smuggled into the Holy Sepulchre by worshippers of either side. By the time the church was cleared by…

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Omrit, cont’d.

The Archaeology in Israel can make you feel you are walking through HISTORY, it is an amazing feeling. we suggest a Jerusalem tours for experiencing it.

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Among the interesting ruins at Omrit are several composite capitals. These are a combination of Corinthians and Ionic orders.

Note the beautiful acanthus leaves.

Omrit was destroyed by earthquakes in the 4th and 8th centuries AD.

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Of Israel and the benefits of guided tours

Israel districts numbered

Israel districts numbered (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Guided tours in Israel often include many of the natural wonders. The Dead Sea with it’s healing qualities of the nutrient rich water is a fairly well known example. its a very popular destination because many people while traveling likes to travel from the center to the outskirts to see the real Israel. another quite popular destination is the golden city of Jerusalem. many who visit Israel come mostly of this city special spirituality and religious qualities.

While many believe the country to be small, there is still quite diversity in the land. Surrounded by desert, it is amazing how many areas of water and lush green land exist especially in the north of Israel. The guided tours in Israel various their focus on the natural wonders just as much as the manmade ones. In Israel, a guided tour can help to keep you safe. The guides know where to travel and where not to.