7 wonders of Israel that everyone should know about
7 wonders of Israel that everyone should know about
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Recently, it is often said that a man should do 4 things in his life: plant a tree, build a house, raise a son and … visit Israel. But, of course, this applies not only to men.

The Promised Land has always attracted famous artists, writers and artists. How?

Our site presents to your attention 7 wonders of Israel.

Wall of Tears

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Once there was a temple dedicated to one God. The first was built by Solomon, but it was destroyed by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar. Later the temple was restored, but the Romans destroyed it. The 57-meter west wall, 488 meters long, remains. Jews came to pray to her. And those who could not pass the notes through their acquaintances. This is how the tradition of putting notes on the wall was born.

Sorek cave

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It is the largest stalactite and stalagmite cave in Israel. The age of stalactites and stalagmites reaches 5,000,000 years.

Judean Desert

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It was here, according to the Holy Scriptures, that the future king David was hiding from King Saul. And in one of the caves lived John the Baptist.

Jaffa port

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The port is named after Japhet, son of Noah. It is said that Noah built the ark here.

Church of the Holy Sepulcher

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According to Christian tradition, Jesus was crucified and buried here. And here He was resurrected. Now the temple is divided between six denominations of the Christian Church: Orthodox, Catholic, Armenian, Coptic, Syrian and Ethiopian.

Bahai Gardens

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The center of the young Bahá'í religion is located in Haifa. It is famous for its terraced gardens, which are one kilometer long. The gardens lead to the top of the mountain, where the relics of the Bab, the Iranian prophet who foretold the coming of the founder of Baha'ism, Bahá'u'lláh, are buried. He claimed to be the messenger of one God, and Abraham, Moses, Zoroaster, Krishna, Buddha, Christ, Muhammad and Baba were his predecessors.

The Dead Sea

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Well, what about without the Dead Sea, one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world? Tourists come here for treatment.

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