Visiting Caesarea National Park

Caesarea National Park is on the Mediterranean coast of northern Sharon in Israel between two river mouths namely the Crocodile and Hadera. Throughout history this area was used for the anchorage of seagoing vessels. Caesarea has a long history I learned beginning from King Herod’s time as they excavated the most ancient of all theaters found in Israel. Later towards the end of the Byzantine … Continue reading Visiting Caesarea National Park

The crossroads of Jewish and Christian history.

We are in the area of Tiberias called Magdela. It is situated at the base of Mount Arbel. This town was buried and recently discovered in the year 2009. Magdela is an interesting place and we came here to volunteer and see for ourselves the archaeological discoveries that has made this town famous. This is likely the place where Jesus walked, healed the sick including … Continue reading The crossroads of Jewish and Christian history.

Tabgha – Location of the miracle of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes

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Tabgha was the lonely place (eremos) often referred to in the Bible. Tabgha is on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, the place Jesus frequently retreated to. During the first four centuries a large community of Christians, of Jewish decent lived in Capernaum and kept alive the memory of the presence of Jesus at Tabgha. Then in 383… Continue reading Tabgha – Location of the miracle of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes