The sites we select to report on are mostly from the Holy Bible, and are the focus of interest of Christians and Jews. Many of these sites are a few Kilometers from my home in Lower Galilee, which is located exactly on the ancient route of Via Maris (“the way of the sea” ) that once connected Greece, Syria, and Persia (in the North) to Egypt (in the South).
Near my back yard lies a Tel (archaeological mound), a round hill with many layers of history, which was two thousand years ago a trade post along this ancient road. I can visualize the great leaders passing thru this ancient road, like Abraham, the Pharaohs, Alexander the Great, Napoleon and others – and almost can hear the fading echoes of the caravans that once passed my home for thousands of years. Nowadays, it is modern traffic that passes exactly on the same north-south route. Thus, history mixes with the modern times. We are practically “living with the bible” and would like to share this with you folks.
In this web site we bring the views of the ancient world as it is today, and share my love of the land and its historical roots.
We are collecting information and photos from the Holy Land, in order to tell their stories, provide reviews and links, show views from these places. If you are interested in certain sites, please tell us about them.
Biblewalks, first aired on July 5, 2006, already has covered to date over 470 reviewed sites, with over 15,000 original photos in dual resolutions. We are in the process of adding more material and photos. This is a long process that will take some time (there are so many exciting sites around here… over 40,000 ancient sites in Israel!).
We hope you enjoy our web site, and walk with us through the Holy Land.
God Bless you all!
Other primary contributors to the site include sister Amit, my parents Orna and Yoram, and my uncles. We also receive assistance, photos and information from our good readers and archaeologists.
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Rotem posing in the ruins of the Our Lady of the fright, Nazareth
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We have additional web sites in the BibleWalks group, that provide additional content and photos. You may find them interesting to explore:
- Jesus Walks (www.jesus-walks.com) – 100 events in 1000 last days
- Holy Land Places (www.HolyLandPlaces.com) – Holy Land sites from above