Unlike other attractions, Capernaum in Tiberias in northern Israel is not famous for its church, even though it was once the residence of St. Peter based on textual research, and Jesus moved here when he started preaching and built a church. .
The most famous here is an ancient ruin near the church-Capernaum. It used to be an important meeting place for Judaism, and it is very large. Even if only the ruins of the year are left, you can still get a glimpse of the scale of the year.
Capernaum. Jesus Mission Center. The site of the synagogue at that time is still preserved. The scenery is so beautiful that I can’t help but take a selfie. The ruins of the synagogue in the first century AD.
The synagogue was built in the fourth century and is well preserved. Archaeological discoveries are the oldest synagogue in the world. The color of the white stone used to build the synagogue is different from the brown stone nearby, and it was collected and transported from a distance. Archaeological discovery of Peter's residence in the surrounding area.
Capernaum, on the west bank of Lake Galilee, has many archaeological remains. It is considered to be a first-century building. The new church was built overhead on the site. Very distinctive!
Jesus came from Nazareth, but he preached in Capernaum. This is actually the site of a synagogue in the first century AD. The newly built church also stands on top of part of the site. There is a parking lot at the door, but no one pays for it, which is good. The ticket seems to be 3 thanks.