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Capernaum – Tourist Israel touristisrael.com
“..Capernaum, in the Galilee of northern Israel is a Biblical village, located not far from other important Christian sites in Israel such as Bethsaida, the Mount of Beatitudes, and Tabgha, as well as the Jordan River and Tiberias on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee. Today the town of Kfar Nahum (Talhum in Arabic) stands where Capernaum once stood, and the site attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists from around the world every year….”
Capernaum and the House Jesus made his Home
Why did Jesus move to Capernaum?
Capernaum – Lessons from the Messiah
Yahweh’s Restoration Ministry
Published on Dec 30, 2016
Capernaum was not just the location of miracles from the Messiah but was also where the Apostle Peter’s house was located but the start of the New Testament faith. The beginning of Yahshua’s ministry happened at Capernaum in the land of Israel. There are many lessons to learn from the location of Capernaum, Israel, faith being one of the most important.
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Tiberias (Tveriah) – Israel – Chabad.org
“..Tiberias sits off the pebbly beaches of the Kinneret Sea.
Built along the shore of the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee), near seventeen natural hot springs, the northern Israeli city of Tiberias is known as the “City of Water.” It is considered one of the four “Holy Cities” in Israel.
Some 2,000 years ago, Tiberias was the center of Jewish study and the last seat of the Sanhedrin (Supreme Court of Jewish law). After enduring constant wars throughout the Middle Ages, the city was revived by an influx of kabbalists in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The city’s major attractions are the Kinneret, its natural hot springs and the graves of many historical luminaries…”
Tiberias Israel, traveling around the world…
Published on Feb 18, 2018
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00:08 Welcome to Tiberias, one of four very important and holy cities for Jewish people.
00:57 I just arrived to Kinneret lake.
01:34 Jordan river
01:43 Date palm.
02:02 Beautiful fire colored sky.
02:06 Independence day of Israel 11th May 2016.
02:22 Military airplanes for Independence day
02:47 Snake around my hand!
03:00 Tomb of Maimonides
04:16 Memorial of fight in 1948. Brief history.
05:08 One very old mosque.
05:49 Kinneret lake, or Sea of Gallile, the lowest fresh water lake and second lowest lake in world.
06:52 The Greek Orthodox Monestery
08:10 Jewish cemetery and some rules about it.
09:14 Swimming in Jordan river-lowest river in the world.
10:08 Thanks for watching.”
WHERE JESUS CHRIST WALKED ON WATER… – Tiberias, Israel
“Published on Aug 6, 2017
WHERE JESUS CHRIST WALKED ON WATER… – Tiberias, Israel. Jesus Christ was born and raised in Israel. Tiberias is where he walked on water! Today we visit the amazing lake also known as the Sea of Galilee.
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Lake Gennesaret, Tiberias, Israel
Published on Aug 4, 2017
The view from our apartment on the 4th floor in Tiberias, Israel –
overlooking the Sea of Galilee/Lake Gennesaret (2017-04-07, at 16h23)”
-Sea of Galilee
Sea of Galilee in Israel – YouTube
Drive Thru History
“Published on Sep 6, 2016
Sea of Galilee in Israel
The Sea of Galilee is also known in the Bible as the Sea of Gennesaret, Sea of Tiberias, and Sea of Kinnereth. The Sea of Galilee isn’t really a “sea” per se – it is actually a freshwater lake fed by nearby mountains and springs, which combine at the head of the Jordan River to the north. The Jordan River then passes through the lake, which is about 13 miles long and 8 miles wide. The Sea of Galilee is 686 feet below sea level, making it the lowest freshwater lake in the world.
The landscape around the Sea of Galilee is unique. To the east and west, the ground rises steeply from the shore to fertile plateaus above. The black basalt boulders that cover the hillsides are typical of a landscape that was once volcanic. From the southern shore, you can see the twin peaks of Mount Canaan to the north, with the snow-covered Mount Hermon way beyond in the distance. From the west, you can see the small white houses of Ein Gev over on the eastern shore. Beyond Ein Gev rises a hill that was the site of the Hellenistic town, Hippos. From the east, you can see Magdala Bay on the northwestern shore, which lies just below biblical Tabgha and Capernaum.
The land surrounding the Sea of Galilee today appears rather quiet and barren. However, history tells us that this wasn’t the case during the time of Jesus. This was a hub for agriculture and trade.
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Galilee, Israel: Sacred Sites Along the Sea
Rick Steves’ Europe
“Published on Jun 17, 2015
More info about Rick’s travels to Israel: http://www.ricksteves.com/watch-read-… Galilee is famous as the place where Jesus did his three years of ministry, and where so many Bible stories were set.
At http://www.ricksteves.com, you’ll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.”