pray for peace of Israel that little child is so cute! Out of the mouth of babes
Finding King Herod's Tomb
King Herod's Tomb, Israel. Found in Herodium in 2007, by archaeologist Ehud Netzer, a Hebrew University professor who has been working at Herodium since 1972. Herod died in 4 B.C. in Jericho.
The town of a dolphin
The tomb of King David is located in Mt. Zion, near the walls of the old city of Jerusalem (by Berthold Werner)
Cool?? Japan “Whitebait (Sirasu) Soft Cream”
Ruins of Herod’s Palace at Masada, Israel
Cool?? Japan “Deep-fried oyster Soft Cream”
Awesome Views in Israel
(maybe) Japanese teapot type water tower
The Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem, Israel is one of the four traditional quarters of the Old City of Jerusalem.
various USB memories
Japanese poster of dried seaweed -Nori-
This pillar was found at the edge of the water by Ron Wyatt in 1978 at Nuweiba Beach in Egypt. It has since been moved to the location that you see in the picture above. It is now about 500 feet from the edge of the water. It is believed that King Solomon had it erected to commemorate the Red Sea Crossing point. Isaiah 19:19-20 mentions the pillar: "In that day shall there be an altar to the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar at the border thereof to the Lord. And it…