Nazareth Village is an archaeological and historical site located in the city of Nazareth in Israel. It is a reconstruction of a first-century village, which is meant to give visitors a sense of what life was like in Nazareth during the time of Jesus. The village is located on a hill overlooking the city, and is surrounded by beautiful gardens and olive groves.
The village is made up of a number of buildings and structures, including a synagogue, a market, a blacksmith’s workshop, and a number of houses. Visitors can explore these buildings and see how people lived and worked in Nazareth in the first century. The village also has a number of interactive exhibits and demonstrations, such as a pottery workshop and a weaving demonstration, which help visitors to learn more about the daily life of the people who lived in Nazareth.
Nazareth Village is a popular destination for tourists and pilgrims visiting Nazareth, and is a great place to learn about the history and culture of this important city. It is a unique and immersive way to experience the life and times of Jesus and the people of Nazareth.
Their biblical meal includes: oven roasted chicken, lentil soup, cabbage salad, olives and fresh fire-baked flat bread with three kinds of dips – za’atar (ground hyssop, sesame seeds, and olive oil), hummus (ground chickpeas with tahini), labaneh (yogurt and ground wheat) – along with apple slices with date paste for desert.
If possible we have lunch here, which can be booked for groups with more then 15 persons.
If a group has ordered, private groups can also have a biblical meal on that day.
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