Photographer's Note

Above the roofs of Old Tzfat, there is a magnificent view towards one of the highest summits in Israel: Mount Meron (In fluent Hebrew it pronounces Mei-ron) on the upper left side is 1208m above sea-level, part of the Upper-Galilie ridge. The view due north-west. The mountain is at 32.998, 35.412 on the map.
There are wide restorations works going on in the old houses of the ancient quarter, some houses were built as far back in time after the 1759 earthquake that left the city in ruins.

Approx. location from where taken: 32.97, 35.492 on the map.
RAW converted into JPEG, F9.0, 1/160, ISO100.


*** Here is a A Wikipedia page about Tzfat and its long history.

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 13894 W: 645 N: 26666] (112521)
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