Site of the Month (12/2014):

Abel Beth Maacah

   An important  Canaanite and Israelite city  in the northern part of Israel.

 

2 Samuel 20:15: "And they came and besieged him in Abel of Bethmaachah.

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  Welcome to the home page of the Holy Land sites review - a  gateway to the Land of the Bible, home of the New and Old Testaments. Packed with original images and information, it highlights the wonders and charm of the region and its relevance to the historical and biblical roots.

  BibleWalks assists in Bible research, conducts virtual tours to the Holy land places, and absorbs the spirit of the Biblical life from the ground up.  The website features:

  • Reviews and photos of  selected Biblical sites in the Galilee, Jerusalem and Israel - each with history, bible images, illustrations, maps and tours

  • Info pages - with useful information, biblical searches, trips, travel advice and tools

  • Scripture references to sites and sights

   The sites featured in BibleWalks pages are located in the Holy Land. These include Biblical places (such as Jerusalem, Lachish and Mount Tabor); Christian sites that follow Jesus footsteps (New Testament sites such as Nazareth, Banias,  and Capernaum); Roman and Crusader forts (such as Acre); Negev and Judea desert sites (such as Shivta); historical places  (such as Gamla and Masada), and other selected archaeological and religious sites in Israel. 

      Start touring the Holy Land places!   Click on a dot on the maps:

Israel - regional galleries and sites:

 

Galilee (Northern Israel):

 Click on a site to read more about it.

 

Jerusalem sites (old city area):

Click on a site to read more about it.

 

Judea (South-Central Israel):

 

Samaria (Shomron - North-Central Israel):

 

     New: Holy land Aerial views

 

 

Map of the Holy Land shows the major roads, cities, Biblical and archaeological places which are featured in this web site. A colored dot represents the site's type:

Blue    = Old Testament

● Red     =  New Testament

Purple= other ancient periods

Green= prehistoric, nature sites

Yellow= regional galleries

 

The regional galleries (yellow dots) are also listed below:  

  Upper Galilee Golan
  West Galilee Sea of Galilee
  Acre Beit-Kerem
  Carmel  Hilazon valley
  Jezreel Valley Nazareth
  Lower Galilee Sharon
  Jerusalem Samaria
  Jordan valley Judea
  Negev Dead Sea

 

 

 

 

 

  The map shows the Galilee, in the northern part of modern Israel. It shows the Biblical and archaeological places which are featured in this web site, using the same color code:

Blue    = Old Testament

● Red     =  New Testament

Purple= other ancient periods

Green= prehistoric, nature sites

Yellow= regional galleries

 

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  Map of the old city of Holy Jerusalem, drawn on a smaller scale.   Click on the dot to navigate.

 

  You can also select one of the sacred destinations in Jerusalem on the "sites" option above, or skim thru the whole list in the  sites main page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map of the region of Judea, an area south of Jerusalem, shows the BibleWalks sites in this area, using the same color code:

Blue    = Old Testament

● Red     =  New Testament

Purple= other ancient periods

Green= prehistoric, nature sites

Yellow= regional galleries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map of the region of Samaria, an area north of Jerusalem, shows more sites, using the same color code.

 

 

 

    

 

   Planning a pilgrimage tour of Israel?... a weekend trip to places of interest? Biblewalks helps you plan your visit, and invites you to step into the fascinating dimensions of the Bible world.      Take a free tour to the Bible Land!

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