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מאמר 1 globaltraveling

  1. 1. Places Must See in Israel Israel is one of the areas with the most interested in the long history and world's holy places a number of places in Israel, (partial list) makes the experience special 1. Temple Mount - the holiest site of one of the world, you can not visit Israel without seeing this site, even if they are not religious. The Temple Mount was built on Mount Moriah in Herod on the east side of Old Jerusalem. The site is built like a flat Plaza artificially elevated at 140 hectares wide with retaining walls, one wall is famous the world's most significant site for the Jewish people that came to pray to post comments about God. On top of Mount Temple once stood and now stand Dome of the Rock and Al Aqsa, which one of the holiest sites for Muslims worldwide. 2. Holy Sepulcher - big church located in what is considered by most Christian tradition as the crucifixion and burial, and resurrection of Jesus. The church is located in the Christian Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City, at the end of the famous "Via Dolorosa" instead identified Calvary. Since the 4th century church is considered one of the most sacred and important churches in the world and millions of pilgrims visit the church from all over the world. 3. Masada - an ancient fortress on top of an isolated rock cliff along the eastern edge of the Judean desert overlooking the Dead Sea, which joined the World Heritage list of UNESCO in 2001. The site tells the story of Jews preferred suicide rather than be slaves of the Romans. One part is to emphasize the palace built by Herod the northern northern cliff, side by side you can see the Roman siege system surrounding the site, which is the most complete good example for this type of ancient Roman system. <br />4. Dead Sea - the lowest point on land within a meter of the world, -421 (-0.26 mi) below sea level. In addition, because the most from this second body of water people in the world can float on the water experience you will not want to miss. Dead Sea Medical Tourism offers recreation and tourism based on the healing properties of hot springs databases and mud - a warm sea, rich in minerals, and beast of the desert and nature. As of 2009 the Dead Sea is one of the Sufis candidates included seven wonders of the world. 5. Bahai Temple - This beautiful temple surrounded by stunning gardens in Haifa is a pilgrimage site for millions believe the Baha'i Faith. Where the temple is the "Shrine of the Báb," and that they are the remains of Mirza Ali Muhammad the founder of the faith also known as "Bab" (Gate). The building itself combines architectural elements from the East and Western architectural style. On the first floor of the temple can be seen in Arcadia square with a pink granite column may, over the Golden dome ceiling made 12,000 gold tiles and glazed fifty shapes and sizes. In addition, the beautiful temple gardens and other buildings can be found belonging to religious and administrative center of the Bahai 'House of Justice, including the International Teaching Center. Apart from the tour in the temple are recommended for evening to come to the German Colony under the temple to see how Temple is illuminated at night. 6. Church of the Annunciation - an impressive building located in one of the holiest places in the Christian religion. According to the Catholic Christian tradition, this location is where was the home of Mary Mother of Jesus in which the angel Gabriel told her that she carries in her womb the Son of God. The current structure is designed for the Franciscan Custody by Italian architect Giovanni Muzio and was open in 1969. On building a large dome can be found under gray cone that looks like a lighthouse lamp. 7. Neighborhoods of Mea Shearim (Hundred gate) - Orthodox (Haredi) neighborhood in downtown Jerusalem, which was founded in 1874 and was the fifth neighborhood outside the Old City walls. Today the neighborhood consists mostly of people from the Orthodox (have different sets of ultra-Orthodox), that has chosen to distinguish themselves from the rest of society, that Israel has a life preserving cultural Jewish community in Eastern Europe in the past. Despite the dilapidated appearance of the neighborhood is also worth to see in anthropological of life that was saved over the years unique. It is noted that when he came to visit this neighborhood to avoid coming in large groups to dress modestly to avoid problems with local residents. 8. Tel Aviv - Jaffa - Israel's Business metropolitan area is also called "city that never sleeps. Tel Aviv is a city of entertainment in shopping, where you can find a range of luxurious shopping centers (Square State (state square)), art fairs (inheritance of Benjamin), old (Dizengoff Square) flea market (Jaffa). From the perspective entertainment you can choose between the beach is an activity, many cafes, shows, concerts and a very active nightlife including pubs and clubs open until early morning. tourists who are looking for romance and some art galleries in town offer Many art magical alleys of Old Jaffa. It should be noted that like other major cities world Verity city offers great cultural events of the festival so when coming to Tel Aviv, be sure to check the site tips in updates. <br />

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