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You wouldn't need long at Mount Nebo, but it's nice to explore and have a wander round. There are spectacular views of Jerusalem and Jericho in the distance.
It is believed that Moses saw the promised land from Mount Nebo, a peak that looks down on the Dead Sea. There are memorials, a grave and a church on the grounds. When we visited it was cold and windy, causing us to think that Moses died of hypothermia. As an amateur photobug,…
We had heard about Mount Nebo as the spot where Moses was allowed to see the Promised Land. Unfortunately, we were there on a cloudy, rainy day but we could still appreciate the view across the Jordan Valley. Did not expect to find the beautifully preserved mosaics in the small…
Cool to have been there and see what Moses would have seen but its very underwhelming. Not what you would expect but cool t say you have been there
This beautiful location has been a place of spiritual pilgrimage since the time of the early Christians. Today, you can be witness to the same sights that Moses saw when God showed him the Promised Land. At an elevation of 2651 ft (808 m), on a clear day the panoramic view…