On the shores of the Eastern Mediterranean sits a stunning country with a long and tumultuous history. Israel’s deserts and high mountains, fabulous coastline, and historic temples tell stories from across the ages. Haifa and Tel Aviv have vibrant cultural scenes and beautiful seaside hotels and restaurants. The Old City in Jerusalem is central to the world’s Abrahamic religions. Sites holy to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are all found there. Ancient olive groves shade Roman ruins while high tech companies power the digital economy. Israel is a case study in contrasts.
m34***49Staying here with their very distinctive white and black melon hats, crying and praying to the gods, while not understanding what it means, is very interesting and the most important place to punch in Jerusalem.
_We***86The Old city is actually very compact with narrow alleys and contains small communities of different faiths. It's amazing to understand the building process and how there's entire layers of the previous settlements. An incredible experience and insight into the long history.
strong钟A must-visit holy site. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is located in the Christian area of the Old City of Jerusalem. It is the place where Jesus died, was buried and resurrected, and the most important holy place in Christianity. The Holy Tomb is a stone cave, less than 2 meters wide. When Jesus was alive, he said that he would be resurrected on the third day after his death. At the beginning of the 4th century, the Empress Dowager Hirana, the mother of Constantine the Great, cruised to Jerusalem and ordered the construction of the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre at the site of Jesus’ death and burial. It is located on three holy sites: a rectangular colonnaded hall church (Matyrium) surrounding RockofCalvary's Triportico, a rotunda (Anastasis, meaning "resurrection"). In the center of the rotunda is the site of the cave where Jesus was buried. The rocks around the cave were all cut away, and the holy tomb was enclosed in a building called Edicule (meaning "little house"). Enter the church, turn right and go upstairs. It is Golgotha Hill where Jesus was nailed to the cross. There are two frescoes that show that Jesus was stripped of his clothes and then nailed to the cross. An altar, with a model of Jesus nailed to the cross at the top, and a statue of Jesus at the bottom, like a round marble hole in the front, which is said to be the hole where the cross was erected. Countless believers and tourists lined up to touch this hole. At the entrance of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, a piece of red marble is placed in the middle. It says that Jesus was nailed to the cross at 9 o'clock in the morning on Friday. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Jesus died after shouting loudly to God. At this time, the people believed that Jesus was really the Son of the Lord and the Messiah who came to save them. So people took him off the cross, put him on this marble, smeared anointing oil, and prepared for burial. The mural on the wall behind the marble bed depicts the scene in detail. There are many devout believers who put the tokens on the stone bed and wipe them. More people knelt for a long time and kissed this stone, which is said to be soaked in the blood of Jesus. To the left is the last stop of the sad road-the tomb of Jesus. Jesus was buried here and resurrected three days later. There is also the marble from the original tomb.
M22***00The Mount of Olives has a viewing platform, the best overlooking city of Jerusalem. There is also an Orthodox church with the most classic onion-top symbol, the Mary Church of Magdalene, which is dedicated to Mary Magdalene, the female disciple of Jesus.
In Gush Etzion, Israel. This burnt out car sat for a week before it was moved. Could be said it had value as modern art.
9 things to do in Israel:
1. Take a trip to the ancient city of Jerusalem in the afternoon;
2. Go to the Wailing Wall and feel the jealous and solemn prayer of the Jews
3. Experience the textbook-style Dead Sea floating;/ Hh/4. Take the off-road vehicle to the top of Sodoma;
5. Go to the beach of Tel Aviv to enjoy the sun;
6. Go to the ancient city of Jaffa;
7. Go to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre to touch the stone of Jesus , wishfully wish;
8. Take the cable car to the ancient kingdom of Masada to see the ancient city wall of the millennium;
9. Look for a piece of date palm tree on the way to the Dead Sea.
The traditional impression of Israel is the first sauce, right? You think too much! Tel Aviv is a big wave of young fashion without religious pressure.
The most loved by the seaside here, the angular little guy's abdominal muscles are bright, the soft girl is sexy and charming, everyone will create their own image, more vital than the resort beach!
brings a look at Israeli cuisine
To Israel, it is not so much a trip, but it feels more like a baptism of the sub-belief. It is full of history and religion everywhere, and the brick walls seem to be engraved with sacred marks. In some places, it is only when you go to have a real feeling. Israel, let you hear stories and stories that have been heard since childhood, a magical place.
When I went to so many places, I really felt that the Israelis were really good at the Chinese people, and they were kind enough to treat the Chinese people as their own.
Hu eats the sea for half a month, today officially enters the weight loss period
please supervise me, thin out the small V face and then come to the PO photo
I do not eat, turn over the previous meal can always eat it
Israel, seafood at the seaside of Galilee
Who said that there are only cows, goats and camels in the Middle East?
Please come to Israel!
The Seventh and Seventh Days are the three major pilgrimages of the Jews alongside the Passover and Sukkot. Because it is the day of the seven weeks after the Passover, it is called the Seventh and Seventh. This is an agricultural festival, because at the end of the wheat harvest, the first batch of cakes made from freshly harvested wheat is presented, so it is also called the harvest festival. It is now a Jewish day to commemorate the day when God granted the Ten Commandments of Moses on Mount Sinai.
The Jews believed that God passed the Passover and left the Jewish people a place of slavery and freedom, so the Passover represents physical redemption. And the seven or seven festivals represent the salvation of the soul, because God promulgated the law and made the Jewish people free from the bondage of the idols. The
seventh is the Jewish saying that the Jews only recognize the legitimacy of the Old Testament. In chapter 34 of the Exodus in the Old Testament, there is a detailed account of it: Moses met God on Mount Sinai and conveyed to the people the ten commandments of God and various canon codes, which became the symbol of the birth of Judaism. . The Seventh and Seventh Days are the second day of the Passover, seven weeks, and the next day of the seventh week. The next day of the seven weeks is the 50th day, so it is also known as Pentecost.
The Babylonian Hanging Garden has no chance to see it, but the Bah' Sky Garden is a pleasant surprise. It is adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea, making the building blend with the natural scenery. Although the religious history and architectural history are not long, it is still included. World Heritage List.
Baha'i Sky Garden is free, but be aware that you can't eat after entering the inside and you can't sit on white marble.
[Top1 recommended] floating in the valley of the world - Dead Sea
Remember the Dead Sea mentioned in the textbook, this is a magical place, where you can float freely, people call it the sea, but he Not the sea, he lay quietly between Israel and Jordan, quietly watching at the lowest altitude in the world.
[Top2 recommended] Jeep crossing, desert sunset - Judah desert
in the Dead Sea, another not to be missed experience, is to take off-road vehicles, into the Judah Desert, Judah Desert, not really meaning The desert, perhaps using Gobi to describe him, is more appropriate.
If time permits, you can choose to watch the sunset in the hinterland of the Judah Desert. It must be a different experience. The soil of the Judah Desert is relatively soft, so don't go to the edge of the cliff. The bottom is the abyss
[Top3 recommended] winds and clouds, half of the desert, half of the sea--Masada
Masada is ancient Israel Symbol of the Jewish state, during the Second Temple of Jerusalem