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Since 1844, millions of photographs have probably been taken of Jerusalem. But these blurry snaps are the very first.   Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/see-first-photographs-ever-taken-jerusalem-180949473/#ixzz2rkW4jmaq

First Photographs Ever Taken of Jerusalem . 1844 and were taken by French photographer Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey. They weren’t discovered until the in a store room on Girault’s estate.

Jeremiahs Grotto, Israel - just outside the north wall of Jerusalem, where tradition says Jeremiah wept bitter tears and composed the book of Lamentations. The grotto is under Golgotha, the same hill on which Jesus was crucified. Thus, the suffering prophet wept where later the suffering Savior died.

Jeremiahs Grotto, Israel - just outside the north wall of Jerusalem, where tradition says Jeremiah wept bitter tears and composed the book of Lamentations.

The synagogue, dated to the 2nd Temple period (50BC - 100AD) is one of the oldest ever found, and was unearthed at Migdal, Israel. Archaeologists were particularly excited by the discovery of a large carved stone depicting the menorah -- a seven-branched candelabrum -- from the  Second Temple which was destroyed in 70 AD during the Roman siege of Jerusalem.

Recent Archaeological Finds In The Holy Land

The synagogue, dated to the Temple period - is one of the oldest ever found, and was unearthed at Migdal, Israel. Archaeologists were particularly excited by the discovery of a large carved stone depicting the menorah -- a seven-branched

2 апреля 1862. Вид долины Иосафата. Гробница Авессалома и гробница Захарии…

Francis Bedford - Absalom's Tomb and Zechariah's Tomb (Valley of Jehoshaphat), Jerusalem, april 1862

Tomb of Nahum - Entrance to the ancient synagogue

Tomb of Nahum - Entrance to the ancient synagogue, Iraq

Lions Gate, Jerusalem Through this gate, the Israeli paratroopers broke into the Old City of Jerusalem in the Six-Day War of 1967. only open gate in the eastern wall, and one of the original gates of the sixteenth-century wall encompassing the Old City

Lions Gate, Jerusalem Through this gate, the Israeli paratroopers broke into the Old City of Jerusalem in the Six-Day War of Only open gate in the eastern wall, and one of the original gates of the sixteenth-century wall encompassing the Old City.

Women pray at the Western wall in Jerusalem in 1899.

Felix Bonfils, Women pray at the Western wall in Jerusalem in Where ARE all those Palestinians, the proclaimed one million of them who lived in Israel before they were ‘displaced’? Nowhere. Nowhere, because they never existed.

صورة قديمة من القدس/1862....

Francis Bedford - Mount Zion seen from the Governor's house, Jerusalem, april

Se buscan mezquitas y pasado árabe palestino. Si lo veís, por favor avisar ;) The Mount of Olives and Garden of Gethsemane [Jerusalem]. Creator: Francis Bedford (1815-94) (photographer). Creation Date: 2 Apr 1862. Materials: Albumen print, mounted on card. Dimensions: 23.4 x 28.5 cm. Acquirer: King Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom (1841-1910).

Jerusalem in Photos from 1862: No mosques, no Palestinians – only ghost towns of massacred Christian areas

The Mount of Olives and Garden of Gethsemane - Jerusalem in Photos from No mosques, no Palestinians – only ghost towns of massacred Christian areas

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