The Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth is built on what is believed to be the site of Mary's home.
Murals of Mary created by nations around the world.
Pilgrims make their way to the Grotto of the Annunciation.
The Grotto of the Annunciation in the lower part of the basilica.
The upper area of the Church of the Annunciation.
The mural contributed by the United States
The sanctuary of the Basilica of the Annunciation.
Exterior of the Basilica of the Annunciation.
Excavation of 1st century Nazareth on the site of the church.
Mahmud Ghazal, owner of the Samaria Restaurant, welcomes pilgrims.
We Chang and Spencer Shaw take a camel ride.
The old and new worlds are side by side in the parking lot of the Samaria Restaurant.
Sarah the camel.
A mosaic at the entrance of St. Photini Church depicts Jacob's Well.
St. Photini Church is Greek Orthodox.
The dome at St. Photini Church in the city of Nablus.
Pilgrims took turns drawing water from Jacob's Well.
Pilgrims drank water drawn from Jacob's Well.
Bishop Devadhar speaks to pilgrims at Jacob's Well.
The exterior of St. Photini Church.
At Nebi Samuel, pilgrims stopped to pray for the dismantling of all unjust walls - including the one between Palestine and Israel, which can be seen in the next photo.
The wall that separates Israel and Palestine can been see from Nebi Samuel, the traditional tomb of prophet Samuel.
Pilgrims at Nebi Samuel, on the outskirts of Jerusalem.
The interior of Nebi Samuel, which includes a church, temple and mosque.
Nebi Samuel, the traditional tomb of prophet Samuel, and surrounding excavations.
Since 1993, the Catholic Community of the Beatitudes has taken care of Emmaus-Nicopolis.
The Emmaus-Nicopolis site includes ruins from the Roman and Byzantine periods.
A photo op at Emmaus-Nicopolis.
Pilgrims explore ruins from the Roman and Byzantine periods around the traditional site of Emmaus.
This is the traditional site of the encounter on the road to Emmaus described in Luke 24:13-35.
The Church of Saint John the Baptist in Ein Karem, Jerusalem.
At Ein Karem pilgrims heard a reading of the prophecy of Zechariah.
Panels in the church courtyard feature the prophecy of Zechariah in different languages.
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