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Is located in the origin of the Jordan from the Sea of Galilee, and is used as a baptism site for pilgrims. A quiet and beautiful atmosphere, with eucalyptus trees shading the banks. At place there is the option to baptise and have mass ceremonies for up to1500 people.
The Church of Bread and Fish
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At this site the church from the Byzantine Period was discovered, with a beautiful mosaic floor. The church today is located in the same place as the previous church and its yard restores precisely the yard of the Byzantine Church.
A memory site located in the Kinnereth Valley, about half a kilometer from the west of Dgania A’. The site is located in the Arabic prisoner village Oom Juny, that was afterwards the first place of Kibbutz Dgania A’. In the location there is a monument for the establishment of Dgania.
Church – Mount of Beatitudes
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The church overlooks the astonishing view of the North Sea of Galilee. According to the Christian tradition and the New Testament, Mount of Beatitudes is a place where Jesus carried the "Mount Sermon", which included the main parts of his doctorine.
Hatser Harishonim ("The Yard of the Pioneers")
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To touch the beginning: a guided tour in the first authentic yard, a guided visit in the Museum of the History of Degania, a short movie of Degania from its initial days, the Syrian tank that was bravely restrained by the members of the Kibbutz in the War of Independence.
Capernaum (Kfar Nahum)
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In this location a church was discovered that was built surrounding the most ancient structure. This structure was determined in the Christian tradition as Peter’s house. In the second location of Kfar Nahum, the Church of the 12 Messengers is located.
The Roman Baths and the Antiquities of Hamat Gader
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These are Ancient Roman bathhouses which are 2000 years old. From the sources it is common knowledge that many well-known Ceasars and others, arrived to bathe in the therapeutic waters of this site.
The Turkish Pilots Monument
The monument is found about 800 meters east of the road that passes between Ma’agan and Ein Gev close to Kibbutz Haon. The monument commemorates the memory of two Turkish pilots whose plane crashed in the site on the 27th of February 1914.
Beitania Elite ("Elite Pavillion")
A monument in the Elite Pavillion, next to the gas station and close to Kibbutz Alumot. The monument commemorates the work camp of the members of the Young Hashomer Movement, lead by Meir Ya’ari, who lived here during 1920 – 1921.
Metsudat Hokook ("Fortress Hokook")
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Metsudat Hokook rises in the center of Kibbutz Hokook. The fortress is revealed at some distance and it is rich and surprising. In the fortress there are guided tours, activities, workshops and culture nights.