Judaean Hills

Sataf

Sataf

The Sataf has an amazing story to tell! In the past, it was a Palestinian village in the Jerusalem area depopulated during the 1948 Arab–Israeli

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Gezer Calendar 

Gezer Calendar 

So the Gezer calendar is a small limestone tablet with an early Canaanite inscription discovered in 1908 by Irish archaeologist R. A. Stewart Macalister in

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David and Goliath

David and Goliath

The story of David and Goliath is one of the more celebrated biblical narratives. In reality, Goliath is described in the biblical Book of Samuel

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Emmaus

Emmaus Nicopolis

Emmaus is a town mentioned in the Gospel of Luke of the New Testament. Luke reports that Jesus appeared, after his death and resurrection, before

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Latrun Abbey

Latrun Abbey

The history of Latrun Abbey (Also known as Latrun Trappist Monastery) starts In 1879, and according to another source in 1875. Then Carmelite nuns purchased

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Tel Gezer

Tel Gezer

Tel Gezer is an archaeological site in the foothills of the Judaean Mountains, roughly midway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. It is now an Israeli

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Luzit Caves

Luzit Caves

Luzit Caves are a series of bell caves, perched on a flat hill 210 meters above sea level, about a kilometer southeast of Luzit in

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Tel Azekah

Tel Azekah

Tel Azekah, also known as Tell Zakariya, was a town in the Judaean Hills, guarding the upper reaches of the Valley of Elah, not so

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Tel Lachish

Tel Lachish

Tel Lachish is the site of an ancient Near Eastern city, now an archaeological site and an Israeli national park. Lachish is located in the

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Flam Winery

Flam Winery

So Flam Winery was established in 1998 by Golan and Gilad Flam and their mother Kami to produce wine in Israel at the highest international

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