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On the shores of Sea of Galilee, Israel, historic building, now an intimate luxury hotel.

On the shores of Sea of Galilee, Israel, historic building, now an intimate luxury hotel.

St. John's Church, one of the most historic buildings in Washington DC. Click the image for more Civil War sites of Washington DC.

St. John's Church, one of the most historic buildings in Washington DC. Click the image for more Civil War sites of Washington DC.

HISTORIC BUILDING RESTORATION  Moravian Pottery and Tile Works  Doylestown, Pennsylvania

HISTORIC BUILDING RESTORATION Moravian Pottery and Tile Works Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Florence..great historic buildings

Florence..great historic buildings

Golden Era | WEIRS BEACH - WHERE LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE BEGINS

Golden Era | WEIRS BEACH - WHERE LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE BEGINS

Palais du Louvre is a former royal palace located on the Right Bank of the Seine in Paris, France.  Its origins date back to the medieval period, and its present structure has evolved in stages since the 16th century. It now houses the celebrated Musee du Louvre as well as various government departments.

Palais du Louvre is a former royal palace located on the Right Bank of the Seine in Paris, France. Its origins date back to the medieval period, and its present structure has evolved in stages since the 16th century. It now houses the celebrated Musee du Louvre as well as various government departments.

Golden Gate - Sha'ar Hazahav (or Bab El-Rahmeh) The gate was later used by the Turks through the period of the muslims in the Seventh Century. There are two entrance ways to the gate: one is called ''The Gate of Repentance'' and one is called the ''Gate of Mercy''. According to Christian history, Jesus walked through this gate to Jerusalem and therefore it is referred to as ''The Golden Gate.'' According to Jewish tradition, the Messiah will come through this gate!

Golden Gate - Sha'ar Hazahav (or Bab El-Rahmeh) The gate was later used by the Turks through the period of the muslims in the Seventh Century. There are two entrance ways to the gate: one is called ''The Gate of Repentance'' and one is called the ''Gate of Mercy''. According to Christian history, Jesus walked through this gate to Jerusalem and therefore it is referred to as ''The Golden Gate.'' According to Jewish tradition, the Messiah will come through this gate!

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