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Documentary circa 2010 Living in modern Israel Kinneret Sea of Galilee


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Info which you can also find by any web search, under the search terms (various combinations): boat "Sea of Galilee" Kinneret Bible water "Jesus Christ"  

The Sea of Galilee is one of the most familiar bodies of water in the Bible, especially to readers of the Gospels. Many of the events in the earthly life of Jesus Christ took place in the region of Galilee and areas surrounding the Sea of Galilee. The Sea of Galilee is a vast freshwater expanse located in the Jordan Valley about 60 miles north ...

The Sea of Galilee is the lowest freshwater lake on Earth! It is at levels ranging between 215 meters (705 ft.) and 209 meters (686 ft.) below sea level. It is also the second-lowest lake in the world (after the Dead Sea, a saltwater lake also in Israel). Israel's National Water Carrier, completed in 1964, transports water from the lake to ...

For many, the area is most closely associated with Jesus, and a number of passages from the Bible add substance to this. For example: The New Testament book of Mathew: 12-13 says, "When Jesus heard that John had been put in prison, he went away to Galilee. He did not stay at Nazareth but went to live in Capernaum, a town by Lake Galilee…" 

The Galilee Boat holds great significance to Christians and Jews. Its discovery, excavation and preservation strengthens our faith and belief in Jesus. Christianity traces its origins from the area around which Jesus carried out much of his well-known ministries and miracles using primarily the two-millennia-old boat to sail to different places ...
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    The two-millennia-old Galilee Boat, discovered by two brothers from Ginosar at the shores of the lake, is an awe-inspiring wonder. Other than the Galilee Boat, you can catch a breathtaking view of the whole Sea of Galilee, Tiberias, Mount Hermon, the surrounding Golan Heights and Mount Arbel from a favorable spot: our place.

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    by Galilee Boat | Dec 25, 2019 | ... 2019 | General. The Dead Sea is considered to be one of the most saline water reservoirs on Earth, and salinity reaches 33.7%. The lake is 67 km long, 18 km wide at its widest point, and a maximum depth of 378 m. ... Dec 23, 2019 | General. In the territory of Galilee, a series of the most dramatic episodes ...

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Sea of Galilee Boat - Wikipedia

The Ancient Galilee Boat, also known as the Jesus Boat, is an ancient fishing boat from the 1st century AD, discovered in 1986 on the north-west shore of the Sea of Galilee in Israel.The remains of the boat, 27 feet (8.27 meters) long, 7.5 feet (2.3 meters) wide and with a maximum preserved height of 4.3 feet (1.3 meters), first appeared during a drought, when the waters of the Sea (actually a ... › Sea-of-Galilee.html

What is the significance of the Sea of Galilee in the Bible?

Jan 4, 2022The Sea of Galilee is one of the most familiar bodies of water in the Bible, especially to readers of the Gospels. ... Jesus taught the crowds by the shore (Mark 4:1-34) and preached while standing in a boat on the Sea of Galilee (Matthew 13:2). ... The modern Hebrew name for the Sea of Galilee is Yam Kinneret. Today, the area is a primary ... › biblical-sites › sea-of-galilee-lake-kinneret

Sea of Galilee (Lake Kinneret) - Carta Jerusalem

Sweet water lake in the northern Jordan Valley known as the Sea of Galilee or Lake Kinneret and associated with the miracles of Jesus. It is bounded on the east by the Golan Heights, the west by the mountains of Lower Galilee, on the north by the Hula Valley and the south by the Jordan Valley. It's major water sources are the Jordan River ... › 2015 › 01 › the-boat-ride-experience-at-sea-of.html

The Boat Ride Experience at the Sea of Galilee: Things To Do in Israel

The Sea of Galilee is also known as the Lake of Gennesaret, Lake Tiberias and Lake Kinneret in the Bible. It is a small lake fed by the river Jordan and lying about 180-meter below sea level. Violent storms sometimes rush down from the surrounding mountains causing very rough waters. › middle-eastern-history › an-overview-of-lake-kinneret-the-biblical-sea-of-galilee.php

An Overview of Lake Kinneret, the Biblical Sea of Galilee

Since 1964, Lake Kinneret, fed by the Meshushim and Jordan Rivers, has become the primary reservoir for Israel's National Water Carrier (NWC) and as such plays a crucial role in the development of the area. Not just in terms of the supply of fresh water but also as a source of fish and as a key player in Israel's historical tourism sector. › 2013 › 02 › must-do-in-galilee-the-ancient-boat-at-ginosar

"Must Do" in Galilee: The Ancient Boat at Ginosar

Here is one of them: This is the ancient boat on Kibbutz Ginnosar on the Sea of Galilee in Israel. The Sea of Galilee is not a sea, but a slightly brackish fresh-water lake, called Lake Kinneret today, but 2,000 years ago, the western and northern side of the lake and the surrounding rich farmland provided a livelihood for Jewish residents here. › watch?v=P2Rb971l3pE

The Kinneret 'Jesus' Boat: Archaeological Evidence for ... - YouTube

This boat, referred to by many as the Kinneret or 'Jesus' Boat, was discovered on the shore of the Sea of Galilee after a drought in 1986. This discovery hel... › sites › water-sports-on-the-kinneret

Water Sports on the Kinneret - Israel Extreme Private Tours

Activities Included: Water Sports Rafting / Kayaking in Israel. Type: No extreme activities involved. Level: Suitable for all levels Beginners, Adventurous and Extreme! Ages: 10 - 65. Estimated Time: 3-5 hours. Season: Summer, Spring, Autumn, Winter. Location: Galilee, Northern Israel see on map. Extended Summer Season in Israel on the Kinneret!! › read › dramatic-rescue-from-a-stormy-sea-of-galilee

Dramatic Rescue From a Stormy Sea of Galilee - Israel Today

There was no walking on the water this time around, but Israeli rescue services did manage to save a family trapped in the middle of a stormy Sea of Galilee on Sunday night. The Sea of Galilee, or Kinneret, is a relatively small lake that doesn't appear to be very threatening. Indeed, I had difficulty reconciling what I read in Matthew 14 ...

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