Streets of old Nazareth. Calle de Jerushalayim. Más
Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem. The street is named after the founder of Modern Hebrew, Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. Eliezer Ben‑Yehuda was a Litvak lexicographer and newspaper editor. He was the driving spirit behind the revival of the Hebrew language in the modern era.
La Mezquita de la Roca en primer plano, al fondo la Iglesia Rusa de Santa Magdalena. Jerusalén.
Mercado Mahane Yehuda de Jerusalem. Israel 4all !!! http://www.travel-xperience.com/turismo-accesible/israel
Hebron ~ Hebron is believed to be the oldest Jewish community in the world. When the Patriarch Abraham first entered ancient Israel, he settled in Hebron. King David was anointed there and ruled from Hebron for seven years, before moving his capital to Jerusalem. #Hebron #Israel
El muro de las lamentaciones en el siglo XIX
Jerusalem's Walls I was just here in March, poking through the Solomonic-era site below the Triple Gate, part of the archaeological dig led by Eilat Mazar. This is one place where the word "timeless" comes to mind during every visit.