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When we left Capernaum in 2008, we drove 35 miles west to Akko in northwest Israel on the Mediterranean, about 10 miles south of Lebanon. I wanted to arrive in Akko about sunset to get a photo of its lighthouse on the Mediterranean Sea. Akko (aka Acre) is on the northern bay of Haifa and the population is 95% Arab but includes Jews, Muslims, Christians, and Baha’i. It is one of the holiest cities of the Baha’i faith and attracts many Baha’i visitors. It is one of the oldest cities on earth, continuously inhabited for over 4,000 years, since the bronze age.

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Akko (Acre)

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Akko (Acre)

Haifa - Baha'i Hanging Gardens

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Created 18-May-17
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Haifa - Baha'i Hanging Gardens

Jerusalem - National Hotel

Visitors 12
27 photos
Created 19-May-17
Modified 19-May-17
Jerusalem - National Hotel

Jerusalem - The Southern Ramparts

Visitors 7
13 photos
Created 22-May-17
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Jerusalem - The Southern Ramparts

Nazareth

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Created 30-May-17
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Nazareth

Nazareth - The Basilica of the Annunciation

Visitors 6
41 photos
Created 30-May-17
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Nazareth - The Basilica of the Annunciation

Sea of Galilee, Tiberias, Capernaum

Visitors 17
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Created 25-May-17
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Sea of Galilee, Tiberias, Capernaum