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2012JourneysOfPaul : This gallery is a complete overview of the 2012 Journeys of Paul trip to Israel, Rome, Sicily. Greece, and Turkey. May you entertain many memories revisiting the trip! Please feel free to leave comments in the field below each picture. I look forward to reading your comments! Thanks very much for taking your time to view these images.

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2012JourneysOfPaul

Joyce Meck

This gallery is a complete overview of the 2012 Journeys of Paul trip ...

Updated: Oct 15, 2013 12:09pm PST

Places in Israel : Some places in Israel

Places in Israel

Yuriy Stul (den123)

Some places in Israel

Updated: Sep 26, 2013 10:45am PST

Israel :

Israel

Avi

Updated: Jul 18, 2013 3:43pm PST

Sigal Melinger : From exhibition of works of Sigal Melinger, Port Tel Aviv, 2013

Sigal Melinger

Yuriy Stul (den123)

From exhibition of works of Sigal Melinger, Port Tel Aviv, 2013

Updated: Jan 19, 2013 11:50am PST

Desert Dreams : Israel is 60% desert, so it is no surprise that some of the most beautiful sites in Israel are found in the arid regions of the Negev and Judean deserts. This gallery features a selection of some of my favorite desert images. All photographs in this gallery may be licensed for editorial and commercial projects and purchased as fine art prints and merchandise. To make a purchase or check pricing, select the photo you like and follow the "buy" link to the gallery store. Thank you.

Desert Dreams

Yehoshua Halevi

Israel is 60% desert, so it is no surprise that some of the most beaut ...

Updated: Dec 17, 2012 11:18pm PST

The Holy Land- Dormition Abbey : Distinguished by its blue conical roof, four ornamented turrets and landmark clock tower, the Abbey of the Dormition in Jerusalem is a German Benedictine church completed in 1910. It was built on land given by the Turkish sultan to the German Kaiser Wilhelm II and commemorates the "falling asleep" (dormitio) of the Virgin Mary. The highlights are the mosaics and the wood-and-ivory statue of the sleeping Virgin in the crypt.

The Holy Land- Dormition Abbey

Palos

Distinguished by its blue conical roof, four ornamented turrets and la ...

Updated: Feb 23, 2012 9:51am PST

The Holy Land- The Cardo in the Jewish Quarter : Part of the Old City's Jewish Quarter, the Cardo is the reconstructed main street of Byzantine Jerusalem from the 6th century. This street, with columns along its entire length, used to be a long avenue that crossed the whole city from north to south. Today, situated 20 feet below modern street level, one part of the Cardo is a restored arcade of Jewish galleries and shops, while the other part is an open-air reconstructed street. 
At one point along the roofed arcade you can look down to a level surface underneath the street and see remnants from the time of the First and Second Temple (10th and 1st centuries BC).

The Holy Land- The Cardo in the Jewis...

Palos

Part of the Old City's Jewish Quarter, the Cardo is the reconstructed ...

Updated: Feb 23, 2012 9:04am PST

The Holy Land- The Western Wall : The Western Wall in the midst of the Old City in Jerusalem is the section of the Western supporting wall of the Temple Mount which has remained intact since the destruction of the Second Jerusalem Temple 70 A.D.It became the most sacred spot in Jewish religious and national consciousness and tradition by virtue of its proximity to the Western Wall of the Holy of Holies in the Temple, from which, according to numerous sources, the Divine Presence never departed. It became a center of mourning over the destruction of the Temple and Israel's exile, on the one hand, and of religious - in 20th century also national - communion with the memory of Israel's former glory and the hope for its restoration, on the other. Because of the former association, it became known in European languages as the "Wailing Wall".

The Holy Land- The Western Wall

Palos

The Western Wall in the midst of the Old City in Jerusalem is the sect ...

Updated: Feb 22, 2012 1:57am PST

The Holy Land- The Upper Room and David's Tomb : In Christian tradition, based on Acts 1:13, the "Upper Room" was not only the site of the Last Supper (i.e. the Cenacle), but the usual place where the Apostles stayed in Jerusalem, and according to the Catholic Encyclopedia "the first Christian church". King David's Tomb is a site traditionally viewed as the burial place of David, King of Israel. The upper floor of the same building has traditionally been viewed as the Cenacle of Jesus. The building is now part of the Diaspora Yeshiva.

The Holy Land- The Upper Room and Dav...

Palos

In Christian tradition, based on Acts 1:13, the "Upper Room" was not o ...

Updated: Feb 21, 2012 9:05am PST

The Holy Land- Qumran : 10 miles south of Jericho, Qumran was on a "dead-end street" and provided a perfect location for the isolationist sect of the Essenes to live. The site was excavated by Catholic priest Roland deVaux from 1953-56.  More recent excavations of the site have taken place.

The Holy Land- Qumran

Palos

10 miles south of Jericho, Qumran was on a "dead-end street" and provi ...

Updated: Feb 20, 2012 7:28am PST