Shiloh, the Israel Museum, and the Dead Sea Scrolls

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Our last day in Israel was filled with rain, ruins and museums. Shiloh is known as the resting place of the tabernacle.

We then moved on to the Israel Museum. Outside they have a massive model of Jerusalem as it looked during the second-temple period. The detail is staggering.

Then it was on to the building that house the Dead Sea Scrolls. Apparently you aren’t allowed to take pictures inside, so I was only able to take a few before being told to stop.

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