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Tzfat ShulI didn’t have enough photographs for every location that I liked enough to devote to an entire blog post. Above, detail from a synagogue in Tzfat (Sefad).
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Jerusalem Western Wall

The Kotel, also known as the Western Wall, is the most well-known feature in the Old City of Jerusalem. It formed the western part of the courtyard surrounding the stage that the Temple was built upon.

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Rabin Square Reflection LiliesRabin Square is in the center of Tel Aviv, and is named for Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who was assassinated there after a peace rally in 1995.
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Fisherman in Yaffa
Yaffa (also Yafo, Jaffa, Joppa) is the oldest part of Tel Aviv, an ancient port city.

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Ein Gedi

Ibex at Ein GediEin Gedi is an oasis in the Judeaen desert near the Dead Sea, and has many Nubian Ibex goats.
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