Thanks to the abundant water and the fertile soil, this northern part of Israel has been relatively densely populated since ancient times, and  is of particular significance to Christian believers.

Northern Israel's Upper Galilee - the "Israeli Tuscany"

 

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High peaks, rivers and streams, breathtaking landscapes and evergreen forests make the Upper Galilee particularly attractive to hikers. No wonder it has been nicknamed the "Israeli Tuscany".

Thanks to the abundant water and the fertile soil, this northern part of Israel has been relatively densely populated since ancient times; and it is of particular significance to Christian believers, since it is the birthplace of Christianity.