Kamis, 24 Januari 2013


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Al-Khazneh, Petra (Ibu kota Suku Nabath).

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Shivta, Israel.

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"Rumah Luther", asrama tempat tinggal Luther dari usia 14-17 tahun ketika belajar di sekolah swasta di Eisenach.


Bukit Zaitun

Bukit Zaitun, ~ tahun 1899


Pembatas Via Maris kuno di Kapernaum

Reruntuhan yang masih utuh dari synagogue batu putih Kapernaum menggantikan yang dibangun oleh perwira Roma



Citadel of David photographed from northwest.

Citadel of David garden.

Damascus gate.

Dung gate.

The Golden Gate (east gate)

Herod's gate.

Jaffa gate.

Jerusalem. Picture from Hinnom valley, which locates south side of Jerusalem. In this valley were burnt children as offerings to idol god Moloch. Ben Hinnom valley was also as rubbish dump of Jerusalem, where always burnt a fire. Garbages of city thrown  to these "eternal" flames. NT uses Hinnom valley as symbolically about the eternal damnation.


  Aerial photograph from Bethlehem, photographed from the North.

  Shepherds field in Bethlehem. Lord Jesus (Yeshua) the Messiah born in Bethlehem.

Micah 5:2 But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall he come forth unto me that is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth have been from of old, from everlasting.

  Bethlehem photographed from the North.


 Gaza from the East.

 Street from Gaza town.

 View from Gaza.


 Golan photographed from the East.

 Village of Tel Kedesh and in the background is Golan Heights. 

  Fortress of Nimrod near Golan.


יַבֹּק means emptying. In Ge 32 Jacob took his two wives, and his two slave-girls, and his eleven children. And he passed over the ford Jabbok. There Jacob wrestled with God and with men, and prevailed. And God blessed Jacob there. And Jacob called the name of the place Penuel, because there he saw God "face to face".

It is very interesting that Jabbok means emptying, because there Jacob emptied himself, because God touched his hip socket. And  when he passed over Penuel, he  limped on his thigh.


 Jabbok river from Penuel to east.

 Jabbok river Penuel.


According to tradition in the picture is baptism place of John the Baptist.
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Jordan river
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Baniyas waterfall, in which water flows to Jordan river.
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Nahal Iyon mill waterfall. This waterfall has been named according to ancient mill, which located near waterfall. Nihal Iyon is smallest lateral branch of Jordan river.
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Jordan river aerial photograph.

Jordan river.

Nahal Iyon mill falls.

Nahal Iyon Tannur waterfall.

Jordan river.



Coastline of the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea locates between Israel and Jordanian. The Dead Sea is about 15 miles from Jerusalem to the east. The Dead Sea's depth average is about 984 feet and salt content is 30-35 percent at its highest, but average is about 25 percent. The Dead Sea is one of the smallest seas in the world, and it is about 41 miles long and about 11 miles wide. The Dead Sea is about 1312 feet higher as a sea level.

The Dead Sea and mount Nebo.

By reason of high salt content, you can float in the Dead Sea.

In picture stones have got salt covering.

The Dead Sea's salt statues.

The Dead Sea and high steeps in En Gev.

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