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Tiberias, Israel. P3

Nefer • 3 minutes read • September 26th, 2016
The first and the second part of this review can be found here.
There are only ruins of the Crusader fortress. The knights defended 

Tiberias

, but they were defeated by Saladin.
1tiberias-israel-p3.jpg2tiberias-israel-p3.jpg3tiberias-israel-p3.jpgIt was written that it was the south wall, erected by Bedouin ruler Zahir al-Amar in the 18th century on the foundations of the Crusader fortress.
4tiberias-israel-p3.jpg
Here’s another church of St. Peter, a catholic church.
5tiberias-israel-p3.jpgThis is a park with some ruins.
6tiberias-israel-p3.jpg7tiberias-israel-p3.jpg8tiberias-israel-p3.jpg10tiberias-israel-p3.jpgWe went further. We saw another mosque and went to see it.
11tiberias-israel-p3.jpg12tiberias-israel-p3.jpg13tiberias-israel-p3.jpg14tiberias-israel-p3.jpg15tiberias-israel-p3.jpg16tiberias-israel-p3.jpg17tiberias-israel-p3.jpg18tiberias-israel-p3.jpg19tiberias-israel-p3.jpgThere was a strange sculpture in the courtyard.
20tiberias-israel-p3.jpgThere was also a gun.
21tiberias-israel-p3.jpgFrankly speaking, I wasn’t impressed by 

Tiberias

.
Later I decided to go around the Sea of Galilee! The coastline is 37 feet (60 km) long. It was peaceful and quiet there.
24tiberias-israel-p3.jpgWe decided to have a snack, and stop for a picnic.
There was a banana plantation.
25tiberias-israel-p3.jpgThis is a Greek temple of the Council of the Twelve Apostles, built on the shore of the Sea of Galilee in the 1980s. The sun went down, so we went back to 

Haifa

.
26tiberias-israel-p3.jpgThere is about 37 - 43 miles (60 - 70 km) between Tiberias and Haifa.
27tiberias-israel-p3.jpg28tiberias-israel-p3.jpg29tiberias-israel-p3.jpgAuthor: Nefer
Source: neferjournal.livejournal.com
Translated by: Zoozi

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