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The ‘monk’s map’ was drawn from a panoramic view from the Mount of Olives, where Christian pilgrims arrived from

Ancient Drawings of the Holy City

Throughout its long history, the Holy City has always captured the hearts of scholars, researchers, and Christian pilgrims. While they may not have known much about Jerusalem’s geography, that didn’t stop them from making maps. One curator, Dr. Milka Levy-Rubin, a staff member at the National Library of Israel, put together a collection of the city’s most ancient maps, showing us the many ways the Holy City has been drawn.

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Yael Embraces Morocco

The Fellowship’s Yael Eckstein arrived in Morocco this week to celebrate the wonderful friendship between the Jewish, Muslim, and Christian communities there and to distribute food boxes to the needy. 

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A Guide to Israel’s Stunning Beaches

The Holy Land has many spectacular beaches that are worth checking out this summer! With so many surrounding seas, like the Mediterranean, the Dead Sea, and the Red Sea, there are many sandy beaches to explore.

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