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I ascended Mount Tavor on foot. I did the whole walk up and down, so 22 kilometers. It took le 5 hours. It was very challenging, especially due to the heat and also to the fact that there was no restaurant open because of the...More
This is the possible location of where Jesus underwent the Transfiguration ( where he changed form to shine with bright ray of light).
To commemorate this site a church designed by Antonio Barluzzi was built. This is not the original church as this has been...More
Bible states that Jesus transfigured before his disciples - Peter, James, and John his brother, on a high mountain. Catholic tradition believes this mountain could be Mt. Tabor. I had the opportunity to visit this majestic church while I was on a pilgrimage tour to...More
Historical place that located on thd top of the mountain. The main church on the mount is " Church of the transfiguration ". And its also the place that Jesus arrived after he run away from the Roman at Nazereth.
There is Estern Orthodox sanctuary....More
To get to Mount Tabor, the manager of this venue provides a mini bus for 8 people. The Mini Bus drove me and the team to stop poin at Mount Tabor and then we can reach the church by walking about 250 meters distance. This...More
I you intend to visit Kefar Tavor, you must plan to climb (by car or by foot) to the pick of the mount to visit the church. However, please check the opening hours, since it is closed by noon for 2-3 hours.
This is a Franciscan church located on Mount Tabor in Israel. It is traditionally believed to be the site where the Transfiguration of Christ took place, an event in the Gospels in which Jesus is transfigured upon an unnamed mountain and speaks with Moses and...More
We visited this church in the morning. Our group has 30 people, we paid for the minivan that took us to the church in 10 minutes. We have to queued since there were two group in front of us. But there is another option if...More
Visited last Saturday. There are several lookouts on the way up which are worth the stop, especially one before the peak with beautiful view of Jezreel Valley. We barely found a parking spot just at the entrance gate. In case there are no parking spots...More