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Nazareth, Tiberias, and the Sea of Galilee Day Trip from Tel Aviv
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Visit Nazareth and the Sea of Galilee on a full-day trip from Tel Aviv to some of Israel’s most important Christian sites. You’ll follow the path of Jesus and the apostles as you visit places where Jesus is believed to have been born, taught, performed miracles, and been baptized. Since the tour is tailored to New Testament sites, it’s a great way to experience Israel’s Christian heritage with limited time.
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Even if the place was renovated in 2000, at Mary's Well you will not see how the water flows. The spring water is inside the Archangel Michael Church, located in the immediate vicinity. According to the local Orthodox tradition, the Virgin Mary received the news that she will
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While it was interesting to see where the well is, it is not a real well and not working. Surrounded by commercial things.
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Came here with a group of 30 fellow pilgrims and were grateful for the historical perspective it gave us. The location of this site, in relation to the Church of the Annunciation, left us with a clear impression of how small Nazareth was in the time of Christ. The church
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This is one of two places that both believe is where the angel spoke to Mary. It is located at Mary’s Square and is fairly easy to find. There was no water running when we were there. It’s a shame it is not kept better. I loved it because it’s historical. It’s worth seeing, to
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This is part of the premises of the Church of the Annunciation. Looks ordinary and somewhat un-maintained as you feel like there should be a running water on it for symbolical purposes and some marble description. Our tour guide didn't mention it also in his discussion of the
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