3. The Garden of Gethsemane
Located on Jerusalem’s Mount of Olives, this historic garden, the name of which means “olive press,” has been sprouting olive trees since Jesus’ lifetime. Jesus came to this lovely place with his Disciples to pray. He came here after the Last Supper and the day before his crucifixion, where he was plagued by sorrow.
4. Sea of Galilee
The Sea of Galilee is the largest freshwater lake in Israel, and the lowest freshwater lake on the planet. Much of Jesus’ ministry occurred on the shores of this lake, which was the site of many settlements and trade of that time. Jesus had recruited some of his apostles from this lake, as well as give sermons on a hill overlooking the lake. The Sea of Galilee has been known throughout history as the place where several miracles had taken place, including Jesus feeding five thousand people, and walking on the waters of the lake in order to save a ship with his disciples from a storm.