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Popular Israeli Food to Experience on an Israel Tour

One can say Israel food culture is very new, since Israel only became a nation in 1948, however its roots go back to biblical times. If you want to do hard research, you could open the Old Testament and read about the magical manna that sustained the Hebrews in the wilderness.

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The Jordan River and the Baptism Site of Yardenit

The Jordan River, also knows as the River Jordan flows through the land of the Bible 156 miles draining it’s water in to the Dead Sea. Along the Jordan River you’ll find Yardenit, perhaps one of the most spiritual significant sites to visit during a Holy Land tour to Israel.

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Israel Pilgrim Guide to Holy Land Tour Sites and Destinations


Located north of Mount Carmel, Acre is the main city port of the coastal plain. Historically Acre was strategically important in ancient times. The apostle Paul stop in the city on his 3rd missionary trip (Acts 21:7). Acre is known today for impressive Crusader remains, it’s beautiful bay, and picturesque domes and minarets.

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Tour UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Israel

Tour Israel and Old City of Acre
Among many global achievements for Israel one has particular pride to many scholars. The recognition of six Israeli sites by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)’s World Heritage List. The Israeli sites had to meet UNESCO’s strict criteria to be included on the 830 prestigious sites around the world. Israel has great pride of it’s heritage and protects and fosters these UNESCO sites to ensure the availability of them for future generations.

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Top 10 Holy Land Christian Destinations to Visit this Year

The Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem

Church of the Holy Sepulcher (Matthew 33:57, Matthew 27, Matthew 28:10) in Jerusalem is identified as the crucifixion and the tomb of Jesus. This large and complex church has long been a major pilgrimage center for Christians all around the world. Six denominations in and around the church are Christianity’s most ancient. Including the less known church of the Ethiopians, who trace their origins to Christianity back to Philip’s conversion on the Ethiopian eunuch (Acts 8:26-34 ).

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