Mount Tabor (12 Subjects)
The Sea of Galilee, Jordan river and the Dead Sea. Mount Tabor.
Cave used as a church, under the remains of the monastery of Mount Tabor.
Remains of monastery on Mount Tabor.
Mount Thabor, as seen from the Plain of Esdraelon.
Map of Caesarea Maritima. (B) Mount Tabor. (Ι) The funerary monuments known as "Tombs of the Kings" in Jerusalem. Tomb of Josaphat in Kidron Valley in Jerusalem.
View of Mount Thabor. The coasts of the Sea of Galilee. Mounts Ebal and Gerizim in Nablus valley. The village of Nain in Galilee, where according to the Bible Jesus resurrected the young man, son of a widow.
Mount Tabor. View of Nazareth. The coast of the Sea of Galilee.
View of Mount Tabor. Mount Ebal and Mount Gerizim on the plain of Nablus. The village of Nain in Galilee, where, according to the Bible, Jesus Christ raised the widow's son from the dead.
1. Mount Sinai as seen from the Red Sea. 2. The Rock of Meribah out of which issued water when smitten by the rod of Moses. 3, 4 Summits of Mount Sinai (Mount Moses and Mount Horeb). 5. Mount Horeb. 6. Mount Carmel.
Mount Tabor, Israel.
View taken from the summit of Mount Thabor, Mount Hermon in the distance.