The Saraya, the Otoman Ruler's hall. Governor lived on top floor and bottom floor was a prison.
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The Fortress, a two story building with 4 corner towers, is part of the Ottoman Wall around the city. Modern Tiberius on the hill.
Decorative ironwork on window.
Original Tiberius path from the city center to the Kinneret.
The "Alliance " School was the first Jewish school built outside Tiberius' old city walls.
Statue in courtyard of Mifne Swiss Foundation.
View of Hula Valley from Rosh Pina.
Nimrod Lookout built by parents of Nimrod Segev who was killed in Second Lebanon War.
Memorial stone and story depicting the battle where Nimrod was killed.
Nimrod Segev (2nd from left) and his crew.
Flowers along the walkway.
Signage on Church's Street in Kfar Cana.
Church where Jesus performed his first miracle turning water into wine.
Original walls of church. Notes of prayers left here much like at the Kotel.
Vessel used to turn water into wine.
Altar of Wedding Church.
Kibbutz Naot Mordechai Pergola.
Shavuot signs at Kibbutz Shamir
Stage area at Kibbutz Shamir Shavuot Ceremony.
Ready for the celebrtion to begin.
Preparing to dance at Shavuot Ceremony at Kibbutz Shamir.
Clapping with the music.
Calling all the new borns since last Shavuot.
Parents and kindergardeners perform.
Tractor parade begins. This Each tractor represents Kibbutz Shamir enterprise. This one honors the olive groves.
The Tissue Tractor. Representative gave out cotton candy.
This group represents Shamir Glass Lens.
Presenting Kibbutz Shamir's livestock tractor.
And, last but not least, the horses.
Baby birds in planter on our balcony.