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Basilica of the Transfiguration, Tabor, Israel
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The Basilica of the Transfiguration on Mount Tabor in Israel is an early twentieth reconstruction of a Byzantine basilica.  It commemorates the transfiguration of Christ (Matt 17, Mark 9), and includes some splendid mosaics.

Copyright: William Hamblin
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Taken: 23/11/2009
送信日: 26/11/2009
更新日: 15/09/2014
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