Visiting the Holy Land through a camera lens.
At more than 1,360 feet below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest point of any land mass on Earth
Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock shelters not only a white rock marking where the Temple once stood, but also what Jews believe was the site of the Holy of Holies
The iconic Western Wall stands as the last remnant of Jerusalem’s great Temple and is the most visited site in Israel
For centuries a hotspot for Christian pilgrimages, today Nazareth is the largest Arab city in Israel
The beautiful range of hills, valleys, forests, streams and fertile soil throughout Galilee make it a prime location for olive groves
Amid the spectacular ancient ruins of Beit She’an (renamed Scythopolis by the Romans) are such eathquake-surviving structures as this amphitheater
Until the late 1800s most believed the Church of the Holy Sepulchre was where Jesus’ burial and resurrection occurred; today the Garden Tomb is widely seen as a potential alternative location
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