9 Sights in Galil Elyon Regional Council, Israel (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Galil Elyon Regional Council, Israel. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Galil Elyon Regional Council, Israel.List of cities in Israel
1. En Na`ima
Tel Nama is a hill at an altitude of 83 meters, about two miles west of Bloom Village in Hula Valley. The mound is an archaeological site. On this hill, the Schwartz family settled down, and he was the first Palestinian farmer to cultivate food fish. For a period of time, the marshalling staff of Bloom Village sat in place. At present, the site has been abandoned and declared a heritage site by the Israel Heritage Protection Council.
2. Marut hakdumot
Machiarus, an ancient Jewish settlement in Upper Galilee, was based on the Continuous Hypothesis of the Lightning Tribes of Alexander Yenan, until the Crusades, a period of 1,400 years. A synagogue, a seminary, a Tah of hope, address, hiding system, fortification, observation and control system, water supply system, Goethe, graveyard containing a righteous tomb and a coin were found at the scene.
3. Domus Galilee
Domus Galilaeae or House of Galilee, located on the peak of Mount of Beatitudes, above and north of Capernaum and the Sea of Galilee, is a Christian meeting place used for seminars and conventions, run by the Neocatechumenal Way. On his pilgrimage to Israel in 2000, Pope John Paul II visited Domus Galilaeae and said he hoped it would become a place for interreligious dialogue.
4. תל מוטילה
The memorial to those who fell in the battles of Tel Motila is a monument located in Moshav Almagor, north of the Sea of Galilee. The monument was erected in memory of the battles fought there against the Syrian army in May 1951, and in memory of the 41 IDF soldiers killed during the battles, including soldiers of the 21st Battalion of the Golani Brigade.
5. Horbat Gov Yosef
Jubb Yussef, also known as "Joseph's Well" in English, is an archaeological site in Ramat Korazim in Galilee, Israel. It is believed by Muslims to be the site of the pit into which Yusuf (Joseph), a figure which is part of both the Biblical and Quranic narratives, was thrown by his brothers.
6. Ein Mallaha
ʿAin Mallaha or Eynan was an Epipalaeolithic settlement belonging to the Natufian culture, built and settled circa 10,000–8,000 BCE. The settlement is an example of hunter-gatherer sedentism, a crucial step in the transition from foraging to farming.
7. Jacob's Ford
Chastelet was a castle located beside Jacob's Ford, a ford of the upper Jordan River in Israel. The castle was built during the Crusades by the Knights Templar and the forces of the Kingdom of Jerusalem but was destroyed by the army of Saladin in 1179.
Jahula was a Palestinian Arab village in the Safad Subdistrict. It was depopulated during the 1947–1948 civil war in Mandatory Palestine on May 1, 1948, by the Palmach's First Battalion of Operation Yiftach. It was located 11 km northeast of Safad.
9. Tel Kedesh
Kedesh was an ancient Canaanite and later Israelite settlement in Upper Galilee, mentioned few times in the Hebrew Bible. Its remains are located in Tel Kedesh, 3 km northeast of the modern Kibbutz Malkiya in Israel on the Israeli-Lebanese border.
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