翱翔的大鲨鱼We came to the ancient city of Akko (AkKO) in Israel. She has a history of 5000 years. Acre, the old ancient city of Acre., has experienced the occupation of ancient Rome, Islam, Crusaders, Napoleon, Ottoman Turkey, and British troops. It is an important strategic place in the world.
悠游麦兜Unlike other attractions, Capernaum in Tiberias in northern Israel is not famous for its church, even though it was once the residence of St. Peter based on textual research, and Jesus moved here when he started preaching and built a church. .
The most famous here is an ancient ruin near the church-Capernaum. It used to be an important meeting place for Judaism, and it is very large. Even if only the ruins of the year are left, you can still get a glimpse of the scale of the year.
yangniziThe Church of the Miracle of Instant Cake, located on the shore of Lake Galilee. It commemorates the story of Jesus feeding 5000 people with 5 loaves and 2 fishes while preaching in Galilee. The fish cake pattern paved with mosaics also appears on various tourist crafts.
arlabelraOnly when I came to the church of the Annunciation built on the site of the Virgin Mary’s home, I learned that Jesus had spread Judaism instead of Christianity throughout his life. The image of the Virgin presented by China is entirely the Guanyin of the Chinese child, South Korea is a Korean costume, and Japan is a traditional Japanese costume [smile]. It was raining, and a tear was caught on the statue of the Virgin at the door.
yangniziThe land on both sides of the Jordan River is fertile and the scenery is beautiful, but it is the many historical and religious relics on both sides that make the Jordan River famous. According to legend, the ancient Israelites passed this river and entered Canaan, the “land promised by God”. Jesus was also baptized here before embarking on the thorny road of preaching.
Before the Jordan River flows into the Dead Sea, there are two famous bridges across the Jordan River, namely the Abdullah Bridge and the Allenby Bridge. They are the border bridges between Israel and Jordan. Between the two bridges, 8 kilometers away from the desert oasis Jericho, according to legend, Jesus was baptized here.
Church of the Primacy of PeterEmek HaYarden,Israel
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The West Bank is a landlocked territory near the Mediterranean coast of Western Asia, bordered by Jordan and the Dead Sea to the east and by Israel to the south, west and north. #merryxmas
This is one of my best experiences in Israel, you will be enthuse and captivated if you ever visit this area, especially if you’re of the Christian faith. Take a tour one day and go experience a little of history. The Sea of Galilee, Lake Tiberias, Kinneret or Kinnereth, is a freshwater lake in Israel. It is the lowest freshwater lake on Earth and the second-lowest lake in the world, at levels between 215 metres and 209 metres below sea level. It is approximately 53 km in circumference, about 21 km long, and 13 km wide.
The ideal place for pilgrimage to Jesus Baptism
In addition to the baptism of Jesus, there are many religious sites in the Sea of Galilee, so visitors here often choose Tiberias to settle. Prima Galil Hotel Prima Galil Hotel is located in the heart of the city, overlooking the Sea of Galilee and a huge olive tree on the sky terrace. The decoration details of the
hotel are also very interesting. The small ore on the wall and the roots of the bed are full of Galilee's little charm.
Masada is a steep natural fortress that stands majestically in the desert of Judea overlooking the Dead Sea. From the cable car at the foot of the mountain, the blue Dead Sea is more and more in front of you, and it is getting closer to the palace on the 300-meter peak. It is also a luxurious palace associated with Herod. Herod knew the strategic advantage of Masada, so she used Masada as a sanctuary for the invasion of the enemy to drink the winter palace. During his reign, he built luxury palaces, as well as storage-rich warehouses, reservoirs and turret walls. Until his death, the materials left over for many years have not been used up. Masada is a symbol of the ancient kingdom of Israel. In 70 AD, the Romans occupied Jerusalem and killed the Jews. The surviving Jews carried their families and went to Masada. In the face of the fierce siege of the Romans, the people in Masada City collectively committed suicide. At the high temperature of
40 degrees, the tragic history of "Ning is a jade, not a complete" is astonishing in the throat. The old ruined wall is full of weeping atmosphere. Nowadays, we talk and laugh, and while cherishing the past, we use bread to feed the desert swallows - a loyal bird that follows the food.
The beautiful Lake Galilee is Israel's largest freshwater lake. Many of Jesus' missionary sacs are here, so it has the reputation of Jesus' second hometown. Nowadays, it is a leisure and holiday destination for Israelis. The clear lake water is rich in fish, and it attracts many waterfowls. It is a rare sight in the Middle East where water resources are scarce.
On the Mount Bafu on the northern shore of Lake Galilee, there is a Roman architectural church to commemorate the preaching of Jesus here more than two thousand years ago. This exquisite church is not only elegant, but also overlooks the sparkling shadows of the Sea of Galilee. Inside the Eight-Four Hall, the eight-bell-shaped vaulted window engraves a fragment of Jesus' eight blessings.
The Israeli Five Pies and Two Fish Hall, also known as the Church of the Miracle of the Pie, is it strange to hear the name? In fact, the five loaves and two fishes are a story related to Jesus. It is said that Jesus used to feed 5,000 people with five cakes and two fish when he preached here. The church was first built in the 4th century AD. Although it was later destroyed, the original mosaic tiles remain in the center of the hall. The stone below the central altar is said to be the place where the five cakes and two fish miracles occurred.
On the shores of the beautiful Sea of Galilee, there are footprints of Christ Jesus everywhere, and there are stories of Christ Jesus everywhere. According to the Biblical Matthew, more than 2,000 years ago, Jesus took the believers up from the shores of Lake Galilee and showed them that eight people could be blessed. In this way, Jesus taught the mountain of believers to be called "Bafu Mountain" by later generations. Since then, a church has been built on the mountain, and it is called "Bao Futang" by nature.
Above the entrance door, there is a painting depicting the story of Christ Jesus preaching on the shores of the Sea of Galilee.
Baufangtang front, the overall use of blue-gray, solemn and simple. The wall of the church is like the brick in the early years of our country. It is evenly neatly sewed. In a circle, the Roman arched cloister is built with white Jerusalem stone. The second floor is octahedron and the top floor is second floor. The dome, standing under the blue sky and white clouds, between the green trees and the red flowers, the whole church is quiet and holy as if to comfort people's hearts.
Masada Castle, the site of the castle built on the hills of the desert more than 2,000 years ago, is one of the Jewish holy places. The natural advantage of easy to defend and difficult to attack, so that the Jews who stood here in the past successfully resisted the siege of Rome for three years, but unfortunately, the last sight of the city is hopeless, more than 900 military and civilians prefer to commit suicide and are not willing to be enslaved by the enemy, such a tragic history, Let Masada not only become a world cultural heritage, but also become a symbol of the Jewish national spirit. Today, "Masada Yong is no longer falling" has become an oath for Israeli soldiers when they join the army.
The road to the top of the mountain is extremely dangerous, and it is called the snake road. At present, there is a convenient cable car at the foot of the mountain. Of course, this is only for tourists. The Israeli natives can only walk up the mountain through the winding snake path to show their respect for the Masada spirit. At the top of the mountain, you can see the surrounding walls, the remaining fortifications, the ancient Roman baths, the synagogues, etc., overlooking the Dead Sea not far away.