The Temples of Baalbek in Lebanon. Egypt and Palestine by Francis Frith
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The view is taken from a point immediately above the north-west corner of Tiberias.
Near the mouth of the chasm El Sik (Bab as-Sīq, Gateway to the Siq), an Arch, at a considerable height, connects the rocks on either side.
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View of one of the oldest and most interesting Canaanite cities in Palestine. Nablous contains some fine fragments of its former grandeur.
The view is extensive beyond the city, commanding the plain of Jericho, and, on the east, the valley of the Jordan, and a portion of the Dead Sea.
A view of the Mosque of Omar in Jerusalem. A group of worshippers at the site of a temple, with Mosque of Omar in the distance.
The town of Bethlehem and its surroundings depicted and described in the travelogues of David Roberts and Luigi Mayer in the 19th century.
The Approach to Philae is one of the few views which a photograph can render without, perhaps, greatly detracting from its artistic fame.
The elevation, shortly after the traveler leaves the village of Salihiyeh being sufficient to give him a splendid range of vision.
Mar Saba, the Sabas Monastery, Saint Laura of Saint Sabbas, is a Greek Orthodox monastery in the Kidron Valley in the Judah Desert, 12 km east of Bethlehem.