A list of the must-see historical sites in Israel, including: Caesarea, where King Herod lived in Biblical times, The Hanging Gardens at Haifa, The Sea of Galilee (where Jesus walked on water) and Masada. The best tips for planning a trip to Israel!
Cobwebs are actually formed from abandoned spider webs! That's right, these home-abandoning spiders, mainly those of the species Theridiidae, build these sticky webs for catching prey (spiders also use their silk to make cocoons for their eggs).
Absalom's Tomb is built on the lower western foothills of the Mount of Olives, facing the old city of on the eastern side of the Kidron valley. This entire area is a large cemetery with thousands of tombs, and this is one of the famous and largest of all.
Arches at Built by the Roman Herod the Great, BC as a port city. Was the center of Judaea Province (Roman Empire); capital of Byzantine. Today a populated town with beautiful preserved ruins of Roman architecture monuments. Worth a visit :)