The views are fantastic, the whole aura is mysterious and the story is almost magical. Tucked away up north in the mountains and on the shores of the Kinneret, lies a chapter of our past that touches the depths of the soul. From 16th century Tzfas of the Kabbalists we learn the story of Spanish exiles who built the community. The 18th & 19th centuries brought groups from Eastern Europe. The narrow alleyways, old shuls and the slopes of the old cemetery are brimming with the rich legacy of the Galilee.
The students of the Baal Shem Tov cemetery
The Abouhav shul
The Ari’s mikva and gravesite
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