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Jerusalem and the Dead Sea

We will start with an adorable outlook to the Temple Mountain and the whole Jerusalem scenery from the Olive Mountain, which is a Jewish point of interment for a long time. Next place to visit will be the Garden of Gethsemane, named so because of olive trees have been growing here since the beginning of the time, and the oil presses that existed here formerly.
Our further places to look at are the Armenian Monastery and Saint Jacobs Cathedral inside of it, both situated in the Armenian Quarter, the northwest part of the Old city.
The Jewish quarter offers many religious places of interest, the major of which is the Wailing Wall or Kotel. 
After that, moving along the Via Dolorosa - the way Jesus bore his cross to the execution point, we will learn what happened on each Station of the Cross. Then, we are approaching to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, constructed to mark a point of Jesus crucifixion and location of his Tomb.
Further, let us move to the Cardo, which exists 17 centuries being earlier the major street of the city. It survived destroying and renovation, and nowadays we can find a popular market for tourists on a part of it.

Next, we will move to the shore in the north of the Dead Sea through the beautiful Judean hills. We will spend there several hours, having rest bathing in the water which 35% consists of salts and giving our body unforgettable feelings. You can also apply a black mud mask, including many minerals. It is a very therapeutical procedure that will soften your skin and make you feel much better. 

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