Rosary Sisters Guest House

Address: El-Dabas St. 6141, Nazareth, Galilee, 16000, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on El-Dabas St. 6141, Nazareth, is near Mount Nebo and Dead Sea.
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      ... France resistance to building such an enormous church in the smallish town of Nazareth, and to having it in the format Barluzzi designed, developed. In addition, the new interest in Marian philosophy, and the desire to cultivate a more female-oriented structure rose. Barluzzi had focused in his design on the unification of God and human beings created by the Annunciation and, later, the Incarnation, rather than Mary. Eventually the ...

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      ... hometown of Mary Magdalene, a place where the Gospels say that Jesus preached from a fishing boat, is apparently going to become a more major tourist site soon, as a new “Magdala Center” is being constructed by the Roman Catholic Church that will include a hotel for pilgrims, the new church, and an expanded version of the excavations for touring. It will be a nice spot.

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      A travel blog entry by jase-edma on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... I moved to Canada, well you know. The water was so warm and with different tones of beautiful blues. It would have been really inviting if it wasn't because swimming wasn't allowed in this area. After Caesarea we drove to Mount Carmel where 1 Kings 18:19 episode with prophet Elijah, took place. At the top of the mount there is a Carmelitas church and a statute of prophet Elijah. You can see a vast territory of Israel from here. We had our ...

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      A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 15, 2014

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      ... gazed at what was left of the ancient breakwater; the water level was too high to see the harbour walkway which apparently is still preserved but underwater. The church was empty except for one Franciscan friar; the Franciscans were the ones who excavated the site in the 19th C and built the modern church over the remains of a previous, octagonal church that encompassed the house of Peter. Inside you can look down at the main room of the house which has been a place ...

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      A travel blog entry by bermack on Mar 29, 2014

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      ... was a very well known arabic sweet shop. We went in and bought 3 different types of baklava. The sweets were flying out the bakery so fast, that you knew it was very fresh.

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