Hours:all the time
Address:Church of the Holy Sepulcher
Known for one and a half Millennia as the place of the Crucifixion and burial of Jesus.
This place was identified in the fourth century as the place of the crucifixion by Empress Helena, the Mother of Constantine the Great. Built in 326 as two buildings; a rotunda containing the sepulcher and Basilica which became combined later on by the Crusaders.
Hours:0800 - 1600 (winter) 1700 (summer)
Address:Arbel National Park
Price:approx 30 shekels per adult
The Arbel National Park is one of the most popular national parks in Israel. Founded in 1967 it has some of the most striking vistas in Israel. A large park of the lower Galilee is viewable from the viewpoints on top as well as the site of the battle of the Horns of Hattin where the crusaders were defeated by the forces of Saladin and the Druze holy site, Nebi Shueb.
Hours:0800 - 2000
Address:Ha' Ari Safed
This plot of land on which the Ari Synagogue was built is the birthplace of Lurianic Kabbalah on which most modern forms of Kabbalah (Jewish Mystical thought) is based.
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