Palestine (391 Subjects)
Imaginary depiction of Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem.
Church of Saint Anne in Jerusalem, built on the site of the house of Joachim and Anne, where Virgin Mary was born.
Pool of Bethesda in Jerusalem.
View of the house of Herod Agrippa in Jerusalem.
Mar Elias monastery, on the hill where Prophet Elijah rested when he was persecuted by Jezebel. The hill where Prophet Elijah rested when he was persecuted by Jezabel.
The Tomb of Rachel on the outskirts of Jerusalem.
View of the Church of the Nativity in Jerusalem.
The site where Christ was born. The cave of the tombs of the infants slaughtered by King Herod. Monastery of Saint Nicholas in Bethlehem.
Remains of the monastery of the Shepherds, the site where the Angel appeared before the shepherds and announced the birth of Jesus Christ, at Beit Sahur (Village of the Shepherds) on the outskirts of Bethlehem. Site of the house of Saint John the Baptist at Ein Karem on the outskirts of Jerusalem; according to another tradition, it is also the site where Mary visited Elizabeth (today, Church of the Visitation at Ein Karem).
Monastery of Saint John the Baptist, on the site at which Saint John was born, at Ein Karem on the outskirts of Jerusalem. The house where Elizabeth hid Saint John the Baptist during the Massacre of the Innocents.
Monastery of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem; according to tradition, it is built around the tree the Holy Cross was made from.
Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, site of the tombs of Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah according to Jewish and Muslim tradition.
Cariach, Hebron. According to a Jewish and Christian tradition followed by the author, the place where God made Adam and Cain killed Abel.
Remains of a church on the route from Jerusalem to Samaria, site where Jesus encountered the Samaritan woman at the well.
View of Samaria-Sebaste in Palestine. Church built on the site of Saint John's beheading in Samaria-Sebaste according to a certain tradition.
View of the ruined city of Trista in the Holy Land, possibly modern-day Al-Tira outside Haifa. View of Bethany.
Remains of castle on the outskirts of Bethany, supposed house of Mary Magdalene. Fortress outside Bethany, called “Red Tower” (Torre Rossa) due to the many massacres which had taken place there. Site outside Bethany where Jesus wept when he heard of Lazarus' death from Mary Magdalene.
Fortress in the location identified as Betulia by the author. Monastery of Saint John the Baptist, possibly at Qasr el Yahud.
View of river Jordan at the place where Saint John the Baptist baptized Jesus.
Mar Saba monastery on the West Bank of Jordan River.
View of Jericho. View of the fortress of Damascus.
Costumes from the regions of Nazareth and Nablus.
Maronite costumes from the Holy Land.
A market in Jerusalem.
Reconstruction of Salomon's temple in Jerusalem.
The Aedicule in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem.
The Calvary Chapel in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem.
The cave of Jeremiah in Jerusalem, with reconstruction of the prophet's tomb. The city of Jerusalem in the background.
A sarcophagus from the Tombs of the Kings complex outside Jerusalem.
View of Bethlehem.