The Holy Land: Part 2

[Review part 2, the highlights]

Lion of Judah in Caesarea Roman Ruins

Lion of Judah in Caesarea Roman Ruins

I have always loved diversity of cultures and religion. Israel of course is no exception. A lot of Arabs both Muslim and Christian live in the State of Israel and are of course citizens of the country.

Mosque in Old City Acre

Mosque in Old City Acre

In Haifa, where the city is almost evenly divided, I thoroughly enjoyed the Middle East that I have always enjoyed – The warm welcoming people, the food, the skyline and the Arabic language.

Israeli Arab venders

Israeli Arab venders

This is a small country, but you get a little bit of everything! The Sea, the desert, mountains, rivers…

Rosh Hanikra

Rosh Hanikra

It’s interesting being so close to the border to Lebanon, where Israel fought its war with Hezbollah. Ironically, I took pictures here where the signs said don’t. But the IDF soldier didn’t seem to mind.

Border with Lebanon

Border with Lebanon

This was my adventure up the northeast coast of Israel.

[Continue on part 3]


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