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Windmill in Israel? Yes, at Tefen Industrial Park, Galilee, Israel

Windmill and carved stone sculpture in public park in western Galilee, Israel

The Tombs of the Sanhedrin are located in a park in Jerusalem’s Sanhedria neighborhood. In 1235, Rabbi Jacob the Emissary, mentioned these tombs which he saw in his travels. He called them the Tombs of the Righteous, and describes “a tomb in which many wise men are buried….a cave within a cave”. In 1450, Rabbi Joseph Halevi identified these tombs as the tombs of the Sanhedrin. In 1659, a drawing shows a beautiful structure with an arched colonnade.

Tombs of the Sanhedrin – ancient burial graves in Sanhedria

At the Jordan River where the Israelites crossed into the promised land (and quickly conquered Jericho) also the spot where John the Baptist baptized Jesus.  Because this is in the borderland and Israel was at war with Jordan through the 1990s the area around this park had "Danger Land Mine"  signs on the fence.

At The Jordan River Where The Israelite's Crossed Into The Promised Land.Called The Good Fence

1Kings 14:21a,b Rehoboam son of Solomon was king in Judah. He was forty-one years old when he became king, and he reigned seventeen years in Jerusalem, the city the LORD had chosen out of all the tribes of Israel in which to put his Name. The Old City

Rehoboam son of Solomon was king in Judah. He was forty-one years old when he became king, and he reigned seventeen years in Jerusalem, the city the LORD had chosen out of all the tribes of Israel in which to put his Name. The Old City

Zion Gate - Jerusalem Old City Gates Located inside the southwestern corner of the city. It leads into the Armenian Quarter and out into the Mt. Zion area.

باب النبي داود - القدس العتيقة - فلسطين David (now Zion) Gate - Jerusalem Old City Gates Located inside the southwestern corner of the city. It leads into the Armenian Quarter

ISRAEL! A list of the MUST-SEE most famous historical sites in Israel, including: Caesarea, where King Herod lived in Biblical times, The Hanging Gardens at Haifa, The Sea of Galilee (where Jesus walked on water) and Masada. The best tips for planning a trip to Israel!

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A list of the MUST-SEE most famous historical sites in Israel, including: Caesarea, where King Herod lived in Biblical times, The Hanging Gardens at Haifa, The Sea of Galilee (where Jesus walked on water) and Masada.

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