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Solomon's Pools, West Bank. These pools located above Bethlehem were built to supply water to Solomon's Temple

Solomon's Pools, West Bank. These pools located above Bethlehem were built to supply water to Solomon's Temple

Ruins of a High Place (Tel Dan) in the land of Israel where King Jeroboam worshipped the golden calf.

Ruins of a High Place (Tel Dan) in the land of Israel where King Jeroboam worshipped the golden calf.

Job's spring and cave ... Tabcha (Ein Sheva)  is a place in the north-west section of the Sea of Galilee which is blessed by seven springs. One of them is a spring called "Job's spring" (Ein Ayub)

Job's spring and cave ... Tabcha (Ein Sheva) is a place in the north-west section of the Sea of Galilee which is blessed by seven springs. One of them is a spring called "Job's spring" (Ein Ayub)

Tel Shiloh  --  In ancient times, Tel Shiloh was the capital of Israel and the center of religious worship for the Jewish people. It held that special status for close to 400 years.

Tel Shiloh -- In ancient times, Tel Shiloh was the capital of Israel and the center of religious worship for the Jewish people. It held that special status for close to 400 years.

Abraham's well in Tel Sheba (Beersheba), Israel. The servants of Abimelech, King of Gerar, had seized a well which belonged to Abraham, but a covenant was made between them, hence the name "Well of the Oath" (Genesis 21:22)

Abraham's well in Tel Sheba (Beersheba), Israel. The servants of Abimelech, King of Gerar, had seized a well which belonged to Abraham, but a covenant was made between them, hence the name "Well of the Oath" (Genesis 21:22)

"This is the Mount of Olives taken from the Temple Mount. The cemetery goes back to the time of Christ. Jerusalem, Israel."

"This is the Mount of Olives taken from the Temple Mount. The cemetery goes back to the time of Christ. Jerusalem, Israel."

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