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Jerusalem


Jerusalem

Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and is considered one of the most important cities in the world because it is a spiritual source to several religions, including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The city attracts a large number of tourists throughout the year and especially during the holidays Christian who bring with them hundreds of thousands of tourists who celebrate the holiday in the Holy Land.

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Nazareth


Nazareth

Nazareth, the city where the Gospel which was raised Jesus from childhood to adulthood. In a number of Christian holy sites, primarily associated with news sites. Over the years, three popes ordered it. Discover the Nazareth now.

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Tiberias


Tiberias

Tiberias is a historic city primary. In addition to this is a city that offers a unique holiday hotels for the benefit of tourists from around the world. The main attraction is Lake Kinneret in Tiberias nestled at the foot of the city which poured Mamie Jordan River, where Jesus was baptized. City beaches are breathtaking and the weather warm and cozy without oppressive humidity. Along the lovely beach promenade where you can spend a relaxed afternoon sounds of birds. There are tours that are especially suitable population comes from abroad come to visit Christian holy sites.

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Bethlehem


Bethlehem

The city of Bethlehem - Bethlehem, a city located in Mount Hebron in the Judean Mountains, about 10 kilometer south of Jerusalem. In the past, Bethlehem was part of the State of Israel and is now in the Palestinian Authority (PA).

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Tel Aviv


Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is the cultural center, the economic and commercial center of the state of Israel and is situated along the coastal plain in the center of the country. Is the second largest city in Israel and has about 410,000 residents. The city was founded in 1909 and is bordered by ancient Arab city of Jaffa.

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Acre


Acre

Acre is one of the oldest port cities in the world, and in many periods of history is mentioned as a gateway to the occupation of states of Israel. In addition, in 2008 with the announcement of other places around Akko as a Heritage to Baha'i Faith, it was also declared as Baha'i holy site, due to the temple of "Al – Bahaja", which is located nearby.

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Eilat


Eilat

Eilat is Israel's southernmost city, located at the Southern Negev Desert, at the southern end of the Arava. Eilat is a resort town with many natural wonders, attractions, sun and desert-based activities.

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Haifa


Haifa

Haifa is the third largest city in Israel, and the largest city in northern Israel. The city was founded in the 3rd century BC. Haifa is Israel's best kept secret – the green Carmel Mountain, great beaches, a rich and diverse cultural offerings and high quality of life; all create a wonderful touristic experience. The city is considered to be the Israeli equivalent of San Francisco.

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Safed


Safed

The city of Safed (also called Tzfat) is located in Northern of Israel, at an elevation of 900 meters (3,000 ft) above sea level in the mountains of the Upper Galilee. The city was founded in 70AD and since the 16th century, Safed is one of the four holy cities in Israel, along with Hebron, Tiberias and Jerusalem; and is the spiritual center of the Jewish mysticism (Kabbalah).

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Netanya


Netanya

Netanya is a city in the center of Israel and the capital of the "Sharon" district. The city was named after Nathan Straus, a prominent Jewish American philanthropist in the early twentieth century.

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Caesarea


Caesarea

Caesarea is an old Roman port city, located between Tel Aviv and Haifa on the Israeli coastal plain near the city of Hadera. Like many cities in Israel, Caesarea has been overrun by Romans, Arabs and Crusaders, each adding their own mark to the place.

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Be'er Sheva


Be'er Sheva

Be'er Sheva also known as Beersheba, often refers as "the capital of Negev", is the largest city in the Negev desert of southern Israel and the sixth largest city in the country. The city located on the main route between Eilat and both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

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