Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Photo impression Israel

Remains of Capernaum synagogue
It is written about Jesus that He didn't stay in Nazareth, but went to live in Capernaum (Kfar Nahum in Hebrew) (Matthew 4:13). Today there is not much left of that old town on the shores of the Sea of Gallilee, but the old synagogue is certainly worth a visit. It still breathes the atmosphere of biblical times.
Arbel National Park
Arbel National Park was a pleasant surprise. No crowds here, just tranquility and spectacular views of the Tiberias area.
Greek Orthodox church Capernaum
As we were strolling along the shoreline of the Sea of Gallilee, we stumbled upon this picturesque Greek church near Capernaum. Tranquility, beautiful gardens and grand views of the lake... awesome!

PS: for more pics, see my album on Facebook!


  1. Hi Marja - beautiful photos. I'd love to travel to Israel sometime.
    God bless

  2. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pix with us! Looks like you had a wonderful trip. I'm sure the sights and sounds were very inspirational! God bless!

  3. Tracy, there is so much to see here, I have taken too many pics :)

  4. Maria, we are still in Israel, until the end of the month, then we'll come to the USA.

  5. Beautiful, Marja! You must have had an awesome time. Thanks for sharing with us little glimpses into your travel. Blessings!

  6. Little glimpses indeed Lynn, there is so much to see here!

  7. Hi Marja -

    What a wonderful opportunity to visit the Holy Land! Thanks for the pics.

    Susan :)

  8. Anonymous7:56 PM

    Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing moments of your visit to the Holy Land. I feel blessed!

  9. Susan, Lynn, I am happy to share some beautiful shots from this troubled land :)

  10. Thank you for posting your awesome pics from your trip to the Holy Land.
    Many Blessings.

  11. Beautiful pictures of Israel! I would love to visit there someday.

    I'm following your lovely blog as well. :)

  12. Thanks Cathy, LOVE your blog as well, very inspirational to me!


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