Located in the Christian quarter of Jerusalem, on a small narrow square, stuck between the houses of the old town, and at the foot of a minaret, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher stands up ...
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Caesarea is a magnificent site, a national park where amazing ancient harbor ruins, beautiful beaches, and impressive modern residences sit side by side. On the Coastal Plain and ... See full synopsis »
Holy Places TV takes you on another journey to the city of Acre. We will explore the Church of St. Andrew, located in the old town. Now known as Akko, this centuries old city has seen the ... See full summary »
The two present pools lead us to suppose that, already in early times, water reservoirs existed in this valley. A simple dam would collect rainwater flowing down through the valley to form ... See full summary »
Holy Places is once again in Nazareth, and decided to take you visit a very special church: the Basilica of Jesus the Adolescent also called the Salesian Church. Holy Places has already ... See full synopsis »
We are in Bethany, at 15 staidums from Jerusalem according to the Gospel of St John, where Jesus loved to retire, far from the tumult of Jerusalem. Always located on the slopes of the Mount... See full synopsis »
The Via Dolorosa, also called "Way of Sorrow" winds along narrow street of Jerusalem's Old City, leads from the Ecce Homo Convent to the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre. This is the ... See full synopsis »
Located in Lower Galilee, at the edge of Nazareth hills, Mount Tabor rises to a height of 562 meters. Mount Tabor can be seen from miles around demonstrating its strategic importance. ... See full summary »
Today, Holy Places is at the "Mount of Olives", rising to the east of Jerusalem, separates the Holy City from the Judean Desert, which from here begins its descent to the Dead Sea. The ... See full synopsis »
Holy Places welcome you to the Baptismal site of Yardenit, meaning the Little Jordan. We are back to the Sea of Galilee shores, to the actual site where John the Baptist baptized Jesus. The... See full summary »
It is here that, according to the Bible, the prophet Elijah would have fought against the prophets of Baal, a Canaanite divinity. According to tradition, the prophet Elijah would have ... See full synopsis »
In Bethlehem visit the Church of the Nativity who marks the birthplace of Jesus. Also called the Basilica of the Nativity, it's the oldest continuously operating church, commissioned in 327... See full synopsis »
Located in the Christian quarter of Jerusalem, on a small narrow square, stuck between the houses of the old town, and at the foot of a minaret, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher stands up at the end of Via Dolorosa. Arriving at the 10th station, the Holy Sepulcher contains the 4 last stations of the Way of the Cross. The different stations are marked with round plates on the walls and doors.