Christian pilgrims take part in a group baptism in the waters of the Jordan Riveron at the Yardenit Baptismal Site near Tiberias in northern Israel. An estimated 100,000 Christian worshippers make their pilgrimage to the Holy Land each year and one of their most sacred rituals is being immersed in the river where, according to Christian beliefs, Jesus Christ was baptised by John the Baptist.
Turquoise lagoons of salt and palm trees on the Dead Sea beach, Israel. Visiting the Dead Sea - The Complete guide that will help you make the most of your visit on the Israeli side of the saltiest lake in the lowest place on earth. Including the best free beaches, safety guidelines and more.
AERIAL VIEW | Mousehole, Cornwall: 'Mousehole (pronounced "mowzel") is named after a small cave of that name. It is famous for its narrow granite streets and tiny harbour, the landing place for the Knights of St John on their return from the Holy Land. Poet Dylan Thomas called it the prettiest village in England, and there is speculation that it was the inspiration for Llaregub, the village at the centre of his "Under Milk Wood".' ✫ღ⊰n