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Date:
September 14, 2009
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Holy Land
Description:

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Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Date:
December 13, 2009
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, ModiĆ­n
Description:

Feast of Hanukah

For one day only, Travelujah.com in partnership with The Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding & Cooperation, The International Christian Embassy of Jerusalem and Neot Kedumim are sponsoring an on-site archaeological tour of where the story of Hanukah began; Modi'in. Join renowned archaeologist Dr. Shimon Gibson, author of the recent bestseller "The Last Days of Jesus", and Rabbi Dr. Daniel Jackson, to learn more about the Maccabean revolt, including a brief visit to the biblical landscape of Neot Kedumim, the recent excavations of several ancient Modi'in sites including Khirbet Midya, Khirbet Hamman and Titura Hill, sacred texts related to the story of Hanukah, and the canonization process of the Hebrew canon.


Date: December 13, 2009 / Time: 11:00 am - 5 pm

Departure location: Jerusalem - Binyenei Hauma / Price: 180 shekel

To reserve your bus seat, please call 052-744-4033 or click here

Date:
January 7, 2010
Place:
Israel, Holy Land, Holy Land
Description:

Many Orthodox Christians annually celebrate Christmas Day on or near January 7 to remember Jesus Christ's birth, described in the Christian Bible. This date works to the Julian calendar that pre-dates the Gregorian calendar, which is commonly observed.

Date:
January 14, 2010
Place:
Israel, Holy Land, Holy Land
Description:

The Feast of the Circumcision of Our Lord

A Christian celebration of the circumcision of Jesus, eight days (according to the Semitic and southern European calculation of intervals of days) after his birth, the occasion too on which the child was formally given his name, Jesus, a name derived from Hebrew meaning "salvation" or "saviour".

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