Caesarea Philippi, so named by Herod Philip, was the place where Peter recognized Jesus as the Christ.
Pilgrims hear about the history of the Caesarea
The Caesarea site includes the ruins of the hippodrome, of "horse course" in Greek.
This is part of the Roman aqueduct that fed Caesarea
Bishop Cynthia Moore-Koikoi gives her testimony on believing in the power of God at Mount Carmel.
Couples on the pilgrimage reaffirm their marriage vows at Cana.
The Wedding Church at Cana.
Bishop Sudarshana Devadhar on the boat on the Sea of Galilee
Pilgrims worship on the boat on the Sea of Galilee
Bishop Cynthia Moore-Koikoi preached a sermon titled "What a Man" at the service on the Sea of Galilee
Pilgrims from India sang during the Galilee worship
Capernaum is the site of Peter's family home, which became an early house church.
This first century boat was recovered from the Galilee.
The ancient boat recovered from the Galilee would have looked something like this.
The Church of the Multiplication at Tabgha - the site associated with the miracle of the loaves and fishes.
The Church of the Multiplication was built in the 1980s on the site of a fifth century church.
The original mosaic floor at the Church of the Multiplication shows two fishes and a basket of bread loaves.
Pilgrims listen to a scripture reading at the site of The Church of the Primacy of Saint Peter in Tabgha.
The so-called Magdala stone is covered with Jewish symbolic carvings
The "Migdal Synagogue," which dates to the first century, is the oldest found so far in the Galilee.
The mosaic floor of the first century synagogue.
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