Haifa is home to the Bahi Shrine of the Bab. Located on Mount Carmel overlooking the city, this shrine is dedicated to the original founder of the Baha’i faith, Bab.
The sites were recognized as world heritage sites by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization in 2005.
The caves are an extraordinary archaeological site that dates back to the Hellenistic period.
One of the most important cities on the incense route was Avdat, an ancient town in the Negev.
Masada is an ancient fortress in southern Israel, perched on a massive plateau overlooking the Dead Sea.
The catacombs are decorated with tombstones and sarcophagi, and once contained the dead.