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Currently I am working to promote these articles to Good Article Class:
Hall of Fame
- Started and contributed significantly to
- Monastery of St. John in the Wilderness
- Domus Galilaeae
- Church of the Transfiguration
- Christ Church
- Sidna Ali Mosque
- St. Peter's Church, Jaffa
- Church of the Seven Apostles
- Mazor Mausoleum
- Ein Avdat
- Khan al-Umdan
- Jaffa Clock Tower
- Hechal Yehuda Synagogue
- Modernist Housing Estates
- Church of the Multiplication
- Church of the Primacy of St. Peter
- Al-Khadra Mosque
- Al-Bahr Mosque
- Contributed significantly to
— Have appeared on Wikipedia's Main Page in the the Did you know? column.
— Good article.
The hooks from my DYKs Did you know...
- ... that the Transfiguration of Jesus, described in the Synoptic Gospels, is believed to have taken place where the Church of the Transfiguration (pictured) now is located?
- ... that the al-Muallaq Mosque, also known as the Mosque of Dhaher al-Omar in Acre, Israel, is located on the site of the town's ancient synagogue?
- ... that according to tradition, al-Khadra Mosque (pictured) in present-day Nablus is situated at the site where Jacob, a biblical patriarch, was presented with a blood-soaked tunic belonging to his lost son Joseph?
- ... that Napoleon Bonaparte is said to have visited the St. Peter's Church (pictured) in Jaffa during his campaign in Egypt and Syria in 1799?
- ... that the lush canyon Ein Avdat (pictured) and its surroundings have been experiencing continuous human activity for some 80,000–90,000 years?
- ... that the well-preserved Khan al-Umdan (pictured), located in Acre, is the largest caravanserai in Israel?
- ... that the Jaffa Clock Tower (pictured) in Israel was built to celebrate the silver jubilee of the reign of the Ottoman Sultan Abd al-Hamid II?
- ... that the Hechal Yehuda Synagogue in Tel Aviv is often referred to as the Seashell Synagogue due to its unusal shape, inspired by the seashells on the shores of Thessaloniki?
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