Holy places in Israel for Jews, Christians and Muslims, For the three monotheistic religions. This is characterized by holy places such as synagogues, temples, churches, mosques, graves, etc. (Places are listed successively by the historical priority of the three religions, not by no other means.)
And that, this is only a brief list of those holy places, but not all…
The Wailing Wall (the remainder of the Second Temple). According to Jewish tradition dwells the Divine Spirit (Shechinah) still despite the Temple was destroyed in 70 BCE.
Graves, as the cemetery on the Mount of Olives, the Tomb of the Patriarchs
Hebron, Rachel’s Tomb outside Bethlehem, the tomb of King David
Jerusalem, the tomb of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai in Galilee, the Counts of
Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem where Jesus was buried buried.
Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem where Jesus walked crusade.
The Upper Room, a dining room of the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples Jerusalem.
Mount of Olives to the tomb of Mary in Jerusalem.
Garden of Gethsemane in Jerusalem where Jesus fought death.
Nativity and shepherd field in Bethlehem where Jesus was born.
Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth, where an angel appeared to Mary and
announced the birth of Christ.
The Sea of Galilee where Jesus stayed much.
Al Aksa Mosque in Jerusalem, where Mohammed ascended to heaven.
The Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
The Dome of the Rock In Jerusalem.
With the proclamation of the State of Israel is the security and access
guaranteed to all holy places of all religions. In addition, ensures
Basic Law, the 1980 observance of all holy places.