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A model of biblical proportions: man spends 30 years creating a model of Herod's Temple

A model of biblical proportions: man spends 30 years creating a model of Herod's Temple

Herod's Temple Replica - might be nice for helping students visualize what the temple was like.

Mount Zion, Israel.  Mount Zion, the highest point in ancient Jerusalem, is the broad hill south of the Old City’s Armenian Quarter. Also called Sion, its name in Old Testament times became projected into a metaphoric symbol for the whole city and the Promised Land.

Mount Zion, the highest point in ancient Jerusalem, is the broad hill south of the Old City’s Armenian Quarter. Also called Sion, its name in Old Testament times became projected into a metaphoric symbol for the whole city and the Promised Land.

12 tribes of israel breastplate for high priests - Google Search

Breastplate for the high priest. "Thou shalt make the breastplate of judgment with cunning work. Thou shalt set in it settings of stones, even four rows of stones. The stones shall be with the names of the children of Israel, twelve.

OLD CITY OF JERUSALEM - Damascus Gate  - This leads into the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City. A market selling sneakers, food, and household goods sets up here, providing a bizarre contrast to architecture dating to the 16th century, and perfectly representing this land of contradictions. This is the main gate to the Old City, and the road running through it has always led to...Damascus.

The Damascus Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem - walked through here a few times!

Church of the Holy Sepulchre on top of Golgatha Hill - Jerusalem - The rebuilding was completed with the financing by Emperor Constantine IX Monomachos and Patriarch Nicephorus of Constantinople in 1048.

Church of the Holy Sepulchre on top of Golgatha Hill - Jerusalem - The rebuilding was completed with the financing by Emperor Constantine IX Monomachos and Patriarch Nicephorus of Constantinople in

The Citadel (Tower of David) in the Old City of Jerusalem.  Jerusalem is located on a plateau in the Judean Mountains between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, is one of the oldest cities in the world. It is considered holy to the three major Abrahamic religions—Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  Go to www.YourTravelVideos.com or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.

The Citadel (Tower of David) in the Old City. Yerushalayim (Jerusalem) is located on a plateau in the Judean Mountains between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, is one of the oldest cities in the world.

Jewish Cemetery on Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. Instead of flowers, which would not last long, people put stones on the graves to indicate that they have visited.

*ISRAEL ~ Jewish Cemetery on Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. Instead of flowers, which would not last long, people put stones on the graves to indicate that they have visited.

CAPERNAUM, ISRAEL - Jesus was confronted by a demoniac while teaching here (Mark 1:21-27).  Jesus healed the servant of the centurion.  This Roman official was credited with building the synagogue (Luke 7:3). In this synagogue, Jesus gave sermon on the bread of life (John 6:35-59).

*CAPERNAUM, ISRAEL~JESUS: was confronted by a demoniac while teaching here (Mark Jesus healed the servant of the centurion. This Roman official was credited with building the synagogue (Luke In this synagogue, Jesus gave sermon on the bread of life (John

*JERUSALEM's GOLDEN (Beautifiul) GATE ~ Blocked in 1541 by Ottoman Sultan Suleiman to prevent the Messiah from entering Temple Mount (yea, as if man can prevent God from doing anything).

🇮🇱Old Jerusalem's Golden (Beautiful) Gate - Blocked closed in 1541 by Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I to prevent the Messiah from entering Temple Mount (yeah, as if man can prevent God from doing anything).

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