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Yafo/Jaffa

Jaffa (or Yafo) is one of the most ancient port cities in the world. It is mentioned four times in the Hebrew Bible, as one of the cities given to the Tribe of Dan (Book of Joshua 19:46), as port-of-entry for the cedars of Lebanon for Solomon's Temple (2 Chronicles 2:16), as the place whence the prophet Jonah embarked for Tarshish (Book of Jonah 1:3) and as port-of-entry for the cedars of Lebanon for the Second Temple of Jerusalem (Book of Ezra 3:7). It was also an important city in the Arab Middle East. During the Crusades, it was the County of Jaffa, a stronghold of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
 
Yafo and St. Peter's Church
St. Peter's Church
Scorpio sign on the Wishing Bridge in Jaffa
  Yafo and St. Peter's Church  
  St. Peter's Church  
  Scorpio sign on the Wishing Bridge in Jaffa  
Stair steps leading up to St Peters.
Seaside restaurants
Young girl
  Stair steps leading up to St Peters.  
  Seaside restaurants  
  Young girl  
Peace in the Middle East
  Peace in the Middle East  



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