Israel
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Itinerary
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Links
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Jesus Story
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Food

Based on the Christian's Map of the Holy Land and
The Story of Jesus (his travels and miracles of nature and healing)


Cities Jesus Visited
Cities We'll Visit
Location/Significance
Tyre
None
Phoenician part of Syria - present day Lebanon
Healed sick daughter of Syrophoenician woman
Sidon
None
Near Decapolis (Ten Towns) Lebanon
Healed deaf and dumb man
Caesarea-Philippi
Banias, Paneas
Foot of Mount Hermon in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights
Healed epileptic boy
Bethsaida Julias, Bethsaida of Galilee
Will pass through the area (ruined site) on way to En Gev
Golan Heights, Israel. Here (Bethsaida Galilee) dwelt Philip, Andrew, Peter (John 1:44; John 12:21), and perhaps also James and John;
Healed blind man
fed the multitude with five loaves and two fish
Capernaum
Capernaum
Tabgha
Tabgha
North-western shore of the Sea of Galilee
Fed 5000 with five loaves and two fish
Magdala
None
Western shore of the Sea of Galilee
Birthplace of Mary Magdalene
Cana
5 miles north of Nazareth
Turned water into wine
Nazareth
Nazareth Village
No miracles
Nain
Bethabara
None (do not confuse Bethabara on this map
Also known as Bethany-across-the-Jordan
Place where Jesus was baptized and called his first 5 Disciples
Where Israelites crossed the Jordan
Shechem
None
Location of Jacob's Well
Bethany
Mount of Olives
Jerusalem. Home of Martha, Mary, and Lazarus, and of Simon the Leper
Raised Lazarus from the dead
Bethany (Jordan)
None
Jordan
See Bethabara above
Ephraim
None
et-Taiyibeh (Samaria). 2 Chron 13:19: "And Abijah pursued after Jeroboam, and took cities from him, Beth-el with the towns thereof, and Jeshanah with the towns thereof, and Ephron with the towns thereof.
Jericho
None
Jerusalem
Jerusalem
Emmaus
30 km west of Jerusalem
Scene of Christ's revelation of Himself after His resurrection
Bethlehem