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Tabgha is known as the place where Jesus miraculously multiplied a few fishes and loaves of bread to feed thousands of people. The church has a beautiful mosaic floor that has survived since the 3rd or 4th century. The photo on this is actually not...More
There is a lot of archeological sites and excavation which makes it even more interesting.
The church is fairly new but really beautiful and it focussed on the feeding of the multitudes and the miracles Jesus did. It has beautiful art work. Mosaics and a...More
The Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes. A very new appearing church, but the floor from an ancient Byzantine Church. The floor mosaics are among the most beautiful in the Holy Lands. There is on the alter the ROCK on which Jesus...More
The location where Christ fed the 5000 it is another church supposedly on location of a Biblical miracle. Interesting and the agricultural equipment in the entrance is the most interesting part of the visit
This church has the mosaic of the basket of loaves and the two fishes near the altar. Also, a mosaic of the Nilometer, and a crusader baptistry before entering the site from the parking area. Well worth a visit.
As the setting for important events in the gospel this beautiful place is wonderfully evocative. it is busy and the crush at key visitor times can be distracting but it's worth going with a wise guide who can judge the tourist traffic. best to go...More